Need vintage wallpaper to match the era of your house? With its introduction late last week of 53 reproduction wallpaper designs from the 1930s, Bradbury & Bradbury Art Wallpapers now has every era — from Victorian to the 1960s — covered. Bradbury explains the 1930s look:
The 1930s were known for both floral and abstract geometric styles — the whimsical and the bizarre — and many with a bit of Art Deco flair.
Let’s take a look >>
My favorites are the sort of illustrative, handpainted-look florals layered over geometric backdrops, like #132 (above) and #144 (shown in the photo at the top of the story).
#138 (above) is quite lovely too — that soft peachy pink field color is divine!
Faux bois with flower pots in #114!
Super cheery #151.
Gnomes! Who doesn’t need a 1930s house with gnomes making a surprise appearance! #135.