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Special Colourway on Empire Blue dyed silk

Whistler Peacocks

Special Colourway on Empire Blue dyed silk


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.


Colourway: Special Colourway

Ground: Empire Blue dyed silk

Panel width: 915mm

Panel height: Tailored to any wall height

Ref: 844738

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.


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.

Additional Colourways