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Paille on Crystal Grey scenic paper

Early Views of India

Paille on Crystal Grey scenic paper

Paille on Crystal Grey scenic paper

This design is based upon a set of hand coloured aquatints by Royal Academician Thomas Daniell and his nephew William Daniell, who spent 9 years in India in the late 18th Century before returning to Britain to publish them. Such visual insights sparked a cult fascination amongst the British for Indian design and architecture. Our design is a magnificent scene of exploration and includes a fascinating record of Indian landscapes, wildlife and architecture: with Howdah backed and cloth capped Elephants ferrying people amidst palm forests and flowing rivers.


Interior design by Miles Redd


Colourway: Paille

Ground: Crystal Grey scenic paper

Panel width: 915mm

Panel height: Tailored to any wall height

Ref: 664116

Use: We offer a selection of protective finishes making our wall coverings suitable for any interior.

Ordering: Most of our products are made to order; lead times are typically 16-20 weeks. However, we do have a selection of products in stock that are available to purchase immediately. To view our stock products click here. See more on how to order here.


Interior design by Rumana Swinton Design. Photography by Niall Clatton


Designs are often tailored in order to perfectly fit within your interior by adapting the pattern to work around furniture, fixtures and fittings. 

Colours within the design can be adjusted to match any palette.

Different backgrounds can be chosen from our extensive selection of silks, textured papers, and gilded grounds which come in a range of colours, see the full selection here.

Fine silk embroidery can be added to all our silk wallpapers, adding an extra level of depth and intricacy. Beading can be applied alongside the embroidery or as a standalone technique. View our embroidered finishes here.

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