The Sackville St Wallpaper in Tweed is part of Little Greene’s Revolution range which celebrates the ground breaking advances in the design and production of wallpaper during the industrial period. Dating back to circa 1730, this beautiful wallpaper design is one of the largest and best preserved in the English Heritage archive and features a stunning floral design.
The original version of this wallpaper, found in a rear bedroom of a house on Sackville Street in London, was papered on boards with the flowers added retrospectively by hand to disguise the joins in the wallpaper. This modern version features all the convenience of pattern repeats and will make a welcome addition to any home. In a timeless grey colour scheme, the Sackville St Wallpaper in Tweed coordinates perfectly with matching shades from the Little Greene paint collection.