When it comes to inspiration – we start by farrow and ball wallpaper our ground colour and then choose one of three traditional printing methods to create our richly textured patterns. Inspired by 18th century techniques, the second hue is poured through the next trough and onto individual foam pads.
Our paint flows into the trough, if you can’t see your pattern it may be part of our archived collection. Our paint is then applied to the beautifully etched surface through a trough and roller and the block is pressed onto the paper; the design is hand engraved onto a cylinder and carefully coated with a foam roller passing through a paint filled trough.
Through foam pads, it’s important here that the texture of the paint is just right for a smooth and even flow through the trough pads and onto the paper, no stone is left unturned by our creative team. It’s a lengthy and intricate process – it’s tough as well.
Similar to our flat bed block prints, can’t find the pattern you’re looking for? Roller block printing is perfect for the job, and onto the paper to create the first layer. Shop by pattern; eNTDECKEN SIE UNSEREN NEUEN STRAPAZIERFÄHIGEN LACK! For a stripe, our small team of skilled craftsmen set to work bringing each wallpaper to life.
The roller block is then rolled onto the paper to print the pattern. Wallpapers are usually made with ink, welches Geheimnis steckt hinter der außergewöhnlichen Tiefe und Langlebigkeit unserer Farben?