– ABOUT THIS DESIGN –
An interpretation of the impressive mural from The Peacock Room created by James McNeil Whistler between 1876-1877, a masterpiece of the Anglo-Japanese style. Originally designed as a dining room for the London townhouse of British shipping magnate Frederick Richards Leyland, it is now preserved in the Freer Gallery of Art, Washington DC. The scene depicts a pair of sparring ruffled peacocks that have scattered coins at their feet. Our design maintains the full drama and stylised character of the original.MAKE AN ENQUIRY
– SPECIFICATION –
Colourway: Special Colourway
Ground: Empire Blue dyed silk
Panel width: 915mm
Panel height: Tailored to any wall height
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.