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Print rooms became very fashionable in the late 18th century and this design, from the Manor House on Crooms Hill, has been recreated from a vignette that possibly depicted scenes from the travels of Dr Burnaby, vicar of Greenwich from 1769-1812.

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Print rooms became very fashionable in the late 18th century and this design, from the Manor House on Crooms Hill, has been recreated from a vignette that possibly depicted scenes from the travels of Dr Burnaby, vicar of Greenwich from 1769-1812.


It was around this time that paper hangers began decorating rooms using full lengths of wallpaper rather than individual prints to achieve a similarly artisan effect.

Print rooms became very fashionable in the late 18th century and this design, from the Manor House on Crooms Hill, has been recreated from a vignette that possibly depicted scenes from the travels of Dr Burnaby, vicar of Greenwich from 1769-1812.


It was around this time that paper hangers began decorating rooms using full lengths of wallpaper rather than individual prints to achieve a similarly artisan effect.

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CollectionLondon Wallpaper 
Repeat
46cm / 18"


Roll Length10.05m (11 yds)
Roll Width52cm (20 1/2ins)
WashabilitySpongeable
MPNBreccia








ApplicationPaste the Paper



Print rooms became very fashionable in the late 18th century and this design, from the Manor House on Crooms Hill, has been recreated from a vignette that possibly depicted scenes from the travels of Dr Burnaby, vicar of Greenwich from 1769-1812.

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