vintage cowboy wallpaperHowdy hudee, if it’s reproduction vintage cowboy wallpaper you’ve been looking for, you can now get it from Bradbury & Bradbury Art Wallpapers. The company has just introduced a new collection of reproduction vintage children’s wallpaper, and there are three charming patterns evoking the Wild West. I am really diggin’ those ‘plaid check’ shirts — seemingly drawn with a wink at the mod.

mid century childrens wallpaper cowboysAbove two images: Cowboy’s Life, detail and repeat.

reproduction wild west wallpaperAbove: Bunk House features one of our mid century favorites: Knotty pine. I love the touches of burnt orange and dusty blue in this paper.

cowboy wallpaperThe restrained use of color is so artful.

vintage rodeo wallpaper reproductionvintage wallpaper cowboys rodeoAnd above: The Rodeo — getting ready for the big show under big skies among the open plains.

Bradbury & Bradbury told me these papers are machine (digitally) printed. The company also has introduced three children’s designs in nursery rhyme themes. I’ll take a look tomorrow 🙂

Where to see these papers, get samples, and place orders:

  1. Linda H says:

    Welcome back!
    There was cowboy themed wallpaper in the bedroom I shared with my brother. When he finally got his own room the wallpaper remained. It was there until we moved and I was around 19-20 at the time.

  2. carolyn says:

    Yippee ki-yi-yay!
    Leslie, you won’t be able to find sheet linoleum but if you go online into the industrial/institutional section of flooring, you might be able to find something vintage-y in a neutral/coordinating color & pattern. I think Pam did an article about tiles (spatter pattern?).
    I toured an older home recently and one of the bdrms had “knotty pine” linoleum as a base with a linoleum “rug” – the main reason I set up a tour.

  3. Dan says:

    When I was in third grade (never mind what year!) my folks decided I needed cowboy wall paper. Unfortunately they chose a pattern where the seam ran right through the horses, uh, hind quarters. For years they talked about going nuts trying to line up all those horse’s asses. Never did get them all right.

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