Monroe Dawn Flower
Detailní popis produktu
The second paper in this collection taken from Brooke House in Hackney, East London. For a long period, Brooke House was home to a private hospital and this design takes its name from one of its significant 19th century owners: a Dr John Monroe. The pattern is recreated from a relatively small remnant found by English Heritage before the house was pulled down in the 1950s. It is undoubtedly inspired by the Art & Crafts Movement and its familiarity would have been used to help hospital patients feel comfortable and aid their recovery. Available in five colourways.
|Collection:||Archive Trails II|
|Roll Length:||10 m|
|Roll Width:||52 cm|
|Kategorie:||Archive Trails II|