Luxury fabric and wallpaper designers Osborne & Little have been leading the world of interior furnishing since 1968. The company’s hand-printed wallpapers were inspired by everything from the designs of Aubrey Beardsley to the Brighton Pavilion and became known during the 1970s and 80’s for reinterpreting classic designs in new ways. Their designs have become so iconic that they were among the brands included in the V&A’s British Design exhibition.
Cherishing its reputation for innovation and quality, it has grown into one of the great British brands, globally renowned and respected. Started in the London of the Swinging Sixties, Osborne & Little’s very first award-winning collection of exciting hand-printed wallpaper broadened design horizons and brought instant success. Since then it has developed into a dynamic international company. Fundamental to the success is Osborne & Little’s imaginative approach, which explores diverse sources of inspiration to produce designs that embrace both classic and contemporary styles. For nearly half a century its distinctive and appealing designs, across printed fabrics, weaves and trimmings have been at the heart of interior trends. Many designs are now housed in museum collections such as the Victoria & Albert in London, the Cooper Hewitt in New York and the Chicago Institute of Art. Osborne & Little cherishes its reputation for innovation and quality and is as inspired and energetic today as ever, creating a constant stream of new collections that push forward boundaries.
The English love affair with gardens and woodlands both native and oriental is the inspiration for this collection of designs all printed on the easy-to-hang non-woven base in a selection of matt and metallic finishes. Companion and co-ordinating designs are presented in the fabric and wallpaper collection Enchanted Gardens