Liberty London Fabrics
Kristina Wallpaper in Rose Symphony
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Kristina Liberty London Print has been adapted from an archive document within a series of exquisite hand painted artworks created for Liberty London in the 1920s and '30s. These sumptuous tree of life designs were used for various textiles including cushions, throws and kimonos. This print embodies the cinema room in the Cabinet House and was suitably selected for the collection by celebrated actor, Sir Roger Moore.
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The Chesham Cabinet collection is a Liberty London Fabrics interiors range of fabrics and wallpapers inspired by remarkable cabinets and dolls’ houses from the 17th to the 19th centuries. Inspiration was taken from a colonial Indian cabinet, similar to those sold in one of the original Liberty London stores, found in Chesham House in the 1880s. The cabinet has been re-worked into a cabinet house and used by the in-house design team to create thirteen new Liberty London designs available in a selection of captivating colourways and bases to bring the beautiful and magical world of miniature design to life.
- Name: Kristina
- Colourway: Rose Symphony
- Composition: Non-Woven, Surface-Printed
- Usage: Upholstery, Drapery, Accessories
- Usable Width: 52cm
- Pattern Match: Straight
- Horizontal/Vertical repeat: 52cm/61cm
- Wallpaper Type: Paste the wall
- Care: Spongeable
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