Little Greene Upper Brook Street Minuit Wallpaper
The design features brightly coloured kniphofia flowers, commonly known as torch lilies or red hot pokers (African in origin but named after German horticulturalist Johan Hieronymous Kniphof). They were recorded by English Heritage as having been hand-painted and stuck over a pre-hung wall covering in a late-18th century Upper Brook Street house as a bespoke decoration.
To replicate a natural scene behind the pokers Little Greene has adapted a motif from its Stag Toile paper. Supplied in a standard 10m roll, there are three drops, each 3.25m in height. The pokers repeat every drop but the full background scene is only completed when all three drops are hung.
Collection: London Wallpapers IV
Repeat: 3.25m x 1.5m across (10’ 6ins x 59ins)
Roll Length: 10.05m (11 yds)
Roll Width: 52cm (20 1/2ins)
Application: Paste the Wall
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