Little Greene Stitch Loch Wallpaper
Stitch (c1940) is inspired by embroidered chintz cottons. The use of stippling (dot-work) was popular in embroidery and printing, particularly at a time when block printing was seen as an indication of status. In the late 19th and well into the 20th Century, ornate patterns in the home were a conspicuous symbol of wealth and associated with prosperity. The use of two print colours makes this paper especially easy to coordinate with paint colours and other elements in the room.
Collection: Archive Trails
Roll Length: 10.05m (11 yds)
Roll Width: 52cm (20 1/2″)
Application: Paste the Paper
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