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The second volume of VINTAGE wallpapers brings new life to some of Osborne & Little's earliest design successes.
This simple yet elegant motif first appeared in... Read more >>
This simple yet elegant motif first appeared in the ROMAGNA collection of printed metallic fabrics and wallpapers in 1988 to wide acclaim. It has seen several interpretations in the intervening years and here is shown in a larger scale.
This design by Raoul Dufy dates from the 1920's... Read more >>
This design by Raoul Dufy dates from the 1920's. Osborne & Little has previously produced it as a fabric in silk and for outdoor use but here it is interpreted as a wallpaper for the first time.
Named after the famous house and zoo in Kent, H... Read more >>
Named after the famous house and zoo in Kent, HOWLETTS depicts exotic butterflies and tropical birds on leafy trailing branches.
The collection is completed by a huge neo-class... Read more >>
The collection is completed by a huge neo-classic frieze which is designed to add drama to plain painted or wallpapered walls. No apologetic little border this!
This design featuring stylised irises and leave... Read more >>
This design featuring stylised irises and leaves was first produced in the early 1970's as a screen printed two-colour design on metallic grounds. Here it is given a modern interpretation in fresh colours.
Another early Osborne & Little design, this dra... Read more >>
Another early Osborne & Little design, this dramatic pattern was inspired by a Persian carpet and is named after a character in Harold Robbins' The Carpetbaggers.