An avid collector of literature volumes on the applied arts, Fornasetti used books as a recurring theme which can be found throughout the Atelier’s archive. This library Trompe l’oeil scene, abundant in leather-bound books, is adapted from a 1953 screen. The Forest colourway comprises of pine and fern green deliciously accented with bright tones of rich tomato, cerise and decadent saffron creating a vibrant and conversational wallcovering.
Roll Length 10.05 metres
Application Method PASTE THE WALL
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This is part of the 'Fornasetti' collection by Cole & Son. From the miraculous mind and detailed hand of Fornasetti, combined with the skilled craftsmanship and artistry of the Cole & Son design studio, comes this classic collection of whimsical wallpapers set to inspire the imagination.
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