Our climate-controlled archives room is chock-full of binders and boxes containing all of these fragments.
Over time, wallpaper itself has faded in and out of style and, along with this, lots of different designs saw peaks in popularity.
The brand also offers knitwear, shirts and ties off the rack.
After uncovering all of those neat historical pieces of wallpaper, we began the process of re-papering with specially designed spot-on recreations of what originally hung on the Campbells’ walls.
This was quite the process—wallpapering in the 1880s was nothing like what it is today.
What made this room extra tricky, though, was the border that had to be sliced off the top of the roll, pasted, and reassembled by hand into a complex design on the ceiling and around the tops of the walls.
Tailor Patrick Johnson and his interior designer wife, Tamsin, in their new boutique in London's Fitzrovia.
All of the wallpapers used in our restoration were custom-designed to match original wallpapers found in the house during the 19th century by specialty design firms.