Looking through historical wallpapers and re-issuing designs is nothing new: we've featured such ranges from the likes of Little Greene and Sanderson, amongst others. However, a new wallpaper range takes inspiration from a different collection, the Warner Textile Archive.
The range has been adapted from original textile designs to make them suitable to bedeck your walls. Most of the designs date from the 1950s and the 60s, although some go all the way back to the nineteenth century. The collection features some unusual numbers, not least the Lunar wallpaper pictured. It was created by Warner & Sons in 1969 to celebrate the moon landing and it's sure to make your own space out of this world.
Prices range according to design but start at £85 a roll. The Lunar design pictured is more expensive at £350.
See the range at Wallpaper Space