The Penguin paperback is classic piece of design, and one that looks just as good on stationery, bags and even deckchairs as it does on a cover. Now you can cover your walls with it too, thanks to the new Penguin Library wallpaper from Osborne & Little.
Produced in association with Penguin, this wallpaper reproduces a montage of colourful book covers. The design includes their first ever paperback, Ariel, from 1935 and goes up George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty Four which was published in 1960. There's plenty of other classic titles from the years in between, so you can spot the gradual evolution of the logo and typeface over the years. There's even a couple of the Pelican blue non-fiction titles included as part of the paper.
Sure to appeal to bookworms and design lovers alike, the paper costs £65 a roll.
More information and stockists online