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A selection of painterly wallpapers to complement our Charleston Farmhouse paint palette

Completing our Bloomsbury Set…

Following on from our paint post last week on the Colours of Charleston, we thought we’d complete our Bloomsbury Set with some gorgeous painterly wallpapers that echo the palettes and style of the decoration at Charleston Farmhouse – captured here by Tom Allen in his wonderful November 2014 shoot for Harper’s Bazaar. tomallen_14.jpg We’ll start with Zigzag from Sanderson’s Bloomsbury Canvas Collection, inspired directly by the work of Vanessa Bell at Charleston. 7th_05.jpg A brave palette and bold daubs of paint create an inspired floral in Casamance’s Efflorescence. 7th_09.jpg Pintura (Italian for painter) by Camengo is a very liveable subtle hand painted stripe that would make a perfect Bloomsbury backdrop for even the most adventurous art collection. 7th_03.jpg Tapet Cafe bring us bolder slates and teals in Painted Squares. And as we all know, the Bloomsburys “Lived in squares, painted in circles and loved in triangles” according to Dorothy Parker. Screen_Shot_2015-08-07_at_15.23.32.png Louise Body’s Firle Tile with raspberry pink, rust and ochre sits beautifully in the Charleston palette. Visitors to Charleston might also know Firle is the wonderfully frozen in time village just down the road. 7th_07.jpg Farrow & Ball’s Rosslyn has a relaxed Paisley feel. 7th_16.jpg And Anna French presents us with an impressionistic Bouquet to round off our own very Bohemian Bloomsbury set. 7th_01.jpg

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