The Sackville St Wallpaper in Saphir is the perfect way to add both colour and pattern into a room. This vibrant wallpaper 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. Featuring a heavy floral design, it is one of the largest and best preserved in the English Heritage archive.
Uncovered in a bedroom of a property on Sackville Street in Saphir, this wallpaper dates back to circa 1730. This version of the wallpaper by Little Greene comes in a popular pink and blue colour scheme and will make a welcome addition to a dining room.