Frutto Proibito gloriously combines different archival Fornasetti motifs from the 1940s and 50s. Mischievous monkeys, originally conceptualised as striking wooden panels for the Milanese patisserie, Dulciora, sit amongst sprawling pomegranate tree branches. The playful composition of flora and fauna is quintessentially Fornasetti, mixing lifelike etchings with decadent, bold prints. Deep Ink grounds accentuate Magenta forbidden fruits, whilst Seafoam and Lemon, and Cerulean and Orange offer a bright, sunny alternative.
Roll Length 10 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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