Farrow & Ball is celebrating its 70th year with a new collection of wallpapers inspired by the decade in which it was founded.
Arcade, Gable and Enigma are three new designs described as contemporary interpretations of classic 1940s prints.
Arcade is a soft, romantic take on the classic art deco curved motif with a tactile scallop design.
Gable is an intricate mural design that depicts a rural scene of ploughed fields, picket fences and farmyard animals.
Enigma is named after the encoding machine deciphered by British mathematician Alan Turing during World War II. It is a bold geometric design encompassing a series of interlocking rectangles
Made in the same way as all Farrow & Ball artisanal wallpapers, the designs are traditionally block printed using real paints to create a seamless look.
Each design is available in seven colourways ranging from neutrals and muted pastels, to bolder tones with metallic accents. The textured wallpapers are made from paper sourced from FSC® accredited suppliers and are stain-resistant and wipeable.
The new wallpapers are available to purchase from September 1.
Pictured is Arcade BP 5306