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Cole and Son presents Caledonia, a range of subtly textured wallcoverings suitable for both residential and contract use. Featuring eighteen qualities in a range of heathery, neutral toned hues, Caledonia provides a smart and durable alternative to conventional wallpaper.Comprising grass cloths, jutes, sisal, woven paper and bamboo, these designs are produced in
A collection of stately and elegant designs based on eighteenth and nineteenth century French gardens. Taking inspiration from the statues, follies, menageries and architecture found within these grand landscapes conceived by the nobility in order to enjoy nature and the great outdoors. This decorative selection of wallpapers takes you on a delightful stroll through s
Royal Warrant holder Cole & Son cements its longstanding relationship with Historic Royal Palaces through the launch of this majestic new wallpaper collection available from 22nd September 2013.
The collaboration between Cole & Son and Historic Royal Palaces offers a stylish and contemporary take on five grand royal residences. Comprising fourteen new designs
Maison et Objet in Paris 18th- 22nd January 2013.
Comprising fifteen designs, Cole & Son’s new collection follows the success of the first Fornasetti range, launched in 2008, delivering a repertoire of magical themes within a collection of designs that are at once iconic and covetable.
Fornasetti II takes a bold step in wallpaper design, transcending the obvious
Leading wallpaper brand Cole & Son pays tribute to great British days out with the launch of Festival Stripes. The collection is inspired by the marquees, racing colours and blazers found at the most loved and quintessentially British festivals and will make its debut during Focus at Design Week in September 2012.
Working well in both contemporary and classic set
The launch of the ‘Contemporary Restyled’ collection expands & revitalises Cole & Son’s most popular prints.
Lovers of Cole & Son’s Contemporary Collections can look forward to a fresh take on iconic designs with the launch of Contemporary Restyled in June. The eagerly awaited collection will celebrate a selection of patterns that are the heart and soul o
Named after an infamous bohemian private members club opened in London in 1874 – just a year before Cole & Son was founded – the collection evokes the glamorous and poetic era of the 18th & 19th century. Each of the nine designs references a cultural icon or gem of the time.
Cole & Son Managing Director Simon Glendenning comments, ‘we selected a series of
Cole & Son has launched the autumn 2011 Collection, Geometric, at London Design Festival. Consisting of fifteen designs, the leading wallpaper manufacturer’s latest offering is a selection of contemporary designs influenced by intricate patterns and vivid graphics. The modern collection is a unique juxtaposition coming from a factory that still uses traditional me
Cole & Son will launch the Spring/Summer 2011 Collection, Foundations, in July. Consisting of ten designs, the leading wallpaper manufacturer’s latest collection is influenced by architectural building materials and reclaimed surfaces.
Materials such as metal, timber, marble and concrete provide inspiration for the collection, with many of the designs incor
Leading wallpaper manufacturer Cole & Son is unveiling the Spring/Summer 2011 collection,
Banbury during Maison et Objet in Paris: 20-26 January 2011. This re-establishes the offering of traditional designs from the British pedigree upon which the foundations of the brand were built in 1875 and brings it up-to-date with modern motifs.
Following in the
Leading wallpaper manufacturer Cole & Son is unveiling its Autumn/Winter 2010 collection during Focus at Design Centre Chelsea Harbour: 26-29 September 2010. Frontier depicts an era of travel and discovery, in particular the culture, imagery and themes of Colonialism and the Far East.
The collection’s 12 designs have been sourced from Cole & Son’s archive, wh
Archive Traditional Collection Spring 2010 In 1873 John Perry started a business designing and printing wallpapers. He was an enthusiastic collector of wooden printing blocks and he also reintroduced skills and processes that were disappearing at the time. The business was acquired by Cole & Son in 1941 and the company is the trustee of a valuable and historic ar
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