In focus: Osborne & Little murals
When we think of wallcoverings, often the first thing that springs to mind is repeating patterns, but have you ever considered mural panels for your feature wall? A single illustration that covers the entirety of one wall, even the simplest mural design can add drama and depth to your space, and the scope for imagination is endless.
With a wealth of experience in creating premium wallpapers and fabrics, Osborne & Little is perfectly placed to explain the process behind the design of some of their most stunning murals.
With the designs from its Folium collection, the attention given to the background, texture and finish is evident. Trailing Orchid has been given a subtle tiled effect as a base, and hovering hummingbirds adding movement to the foreground, while the breath-taking Magnolia Frieze has the look of a chalk sketch on a blackboard – albeit by a very talented artist.
Examples of Osborne & Little’s mastery of mural design can be found throughout its collections, from the Regency elegance of Palm House from the Mansfield Park collection to Tiger Grove, a sublime jungle frieze from its collaboration with designer Matthew Williamson. Each is completely unique in its design but has the same criteria in its execution.
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