Wallpapers. Caravan Collection by Quercus & Co
Inspired by a vintage ‘diamond’ Kilim TAPESTRY is a dynamic arrangement of small squares painted in translucent washes. The overall effect is of an aged and worn rug.
Tapestry in Pink
Tapestry in Prussian Blue
Tapestry in Emerald
Tapestry in Indigo
Tapestry in Indian Yellow
Tapestry in Florence
Tapestry in Umber
KILIM is a large-scale geometric pattern based on a traditional Middle Eastern Kilim. The design has a lovely wonkiness and really does look like it’s just been loosely painted on the wall.
Kilim in Emerald
Kilim in Caspian Blue
Kilim in Camel
Kilim in Midnight
Kilim in Damascus
PAISLEY is a stylised plant motif with its origins in Persia, now modern Iran. This pattern is a joyful large-scale design drawn with ink onto mottled, aged paper. The washes and stains soak out from the edges of each pattern in vibrant colours
BARGELLO or ‘flame stitch’ is a 17th Century embroidered cloth, originally from the Bargello Palace in Florence. This pattern is large-scale interpretation of the technique with the washes of watercolour layered in graded translucent shades.
CREWEL or ‘crewelwork’ is a free-style embroidery technique that’s been used for many hundreds of years. Its heyday was in the 17th Century and featured stylised floral patterns with flowing vines and leaves. This pattern is the papery version! Carnations and Acanthus leaves have been drawn with coloured ink onto aged and mottled paper.