C.L. Lyon Paris Lille antique wallpaper sample book
During the last quarter of the eighteenth century, wallpapers were mainly blue, pea-green, and gray papers. Common motifs were geometric small-scale flowers patterns often with vertical bands or white delineated squares.
The 1900s-1930s still saw bold vertical grids in combination with strikingly realistic botanical specimens or highly stylized biomorphic designs.
|the stud arrives|
|reminds me of betsy johnson|
|the variation in colors are perfect|
|these floral patterns would be great fabric prints|
|I am blown away at how beautiful these all were.|