This striking wallpaper collection from Cole and Son is aptly named Seville. So evocative are the 14 designs in the collection that you could almost imagine yourself on the sundrenched streets of Southern Spain’s Andalucian capital. The breath-taking blend of architecture and art, fragrant flora and diverse fauna are all encapsulated in stunning colour. With graphic architectural prints in sun-drenched antique palettes, to vibrant botanicals and primary-toned ceramic tile motifs, each design captures all the ebullience of beautiful Seville.
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The Jasmine & Serin Symphony Wallpaper depicts ethereal birds perched among trailing jasmine vines and is a contemporary update of a graceful Arts and Crafts-style print. The delicate flora and fauna create a subtle ombré effect as the design spreads across the wall. Here it has been paired with Alicatado wallpaper on the columns.
Piccadilly wallpaper depicts a classic tile print found throughout the Spanish city, from the Alcazar’s tiled bench nooks, to restaurant walls and elaborate ceramic floors. Although a traditional print it’s been given a contemporary twist and brought bang up to date for a modern interior.
This fabulously fruity Orange Blossom Wallpaper features a bold repeat print of colourful Spanish orange trees weighed down with their load of zesty fruits. Orange trees fill the city streets and courtyards of Seville, and this stunning statement wallcovering was inspired by the regal tapestries that can be found in the Real Alcázar’s Salón de los Tapices. Orange blossom is also traditionally associated with good fortune and is popular in bridal bouquets and head wreaths for weddings.
This is Alcazar Gardens. You probably know that the Real Alcázar is an architectural icon of the city and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Cole & Son design studio were so taken with is architecture and ornamentation that they were inspired to create this fantastical interpretation of the fortress palace’s gardens. It is a unique artwork piece presented in a classic Terracotta & Spring Green Multi colour palette.
Finally, the Triana wallpaper is inspired by the Triana Quarter which is home to the cities famous ceramic workshops and potteries where artisans create the traditional Spanish tiles. Containing hand painted elements of flowers, leaves, and geometric shapes which reflect each of the unique hand-crafted tiles to come out of this bustling neighbourhood.
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