As its name suggests, the concept is the result of the Graham & Brown collection put together pieces, providing a combination of prints ranging from 1946 to the present day.
Described as opulent, luxurious, and indulgent, Timepiece is reminiscent of Dutch flower painting’s elegant blooms and tangled stems.
With bursts of sunlit petals and brightly striped tulips, the lush, jewel-toned vibrant colours are animated, while hyacinth florets give a textural juxtaposition to the large-scale arrangements featuring elegant magnolia blooms.
‘Original’ is among the collection patterns; the very first wallpaper created at the 1946 Graham & Brown Blackburn factory. The geometric framework of the Timepiece shapes the Art Deco structure of this pattern. Layers of floral designs are woven into this to create a style that represents the past’s aesthetics to educate the future’s designs.
For the models, there’s an Art Deco setting. In order to create a striking wallpaper pattern, layers of florals are intertwined geometrically throughout.
Timepiece is also available in Moonstone and Midnight colour options, in addition to the seasonal Amethyst colour-way. And the model can also be produced as an impressive made-to-measure wall mural for the first time ever.
For the winter months, a vivid tone has us wanting to rest and relax. ‘A soothing, cocooning tone, Epoch fits a fuller interior trend that wants to create restful spaces for healthier, happier homes,’ which is exactly what the design team hoped to characterize it as.
Here is a look at some of the Graham & Brown current wallpaper designs:
All images courtesy of Graham & Brown.