February 1st, 2016

The Serenade Collection by Anna French

With a passion for creative expression, Serenade by Anna French is a masterful compilation of wall-coverings that pays homage to English culture. Harmonising patterns range from intricate paisleys, vining florals, and baroque damasks to simple geometrics, coordinating stripes and printed textures. All patterns are printed on non-woven paper using state-of-the-art printing methods in adventurous colour palettes.

Clarissa is a novelty pattern featuring classic vases with stylised flowers. The special combined surface and flexo printing method allows for more detail while keeping the crafty look and feel of textured surface print.

A classic stripe coordinate to many patterns in the Serenade collection, Dawson Stripe’s vertical stripes have a crisp layout with lots of open ground. The concise colour palette complements many interior spaces.

Named after the tropical Mediterranean island, Mallorca is the perfect name for this classic pattern that incorporates melon and frand shapes taken from an antique document. The bold colour-ways are accentuated by its dramatic lay down of surface printed colour.

Exhibiting the qualities of a leaded glass pattern seen in an English doorway, Roscoe is a simple geometric that printed in both subtle and strong colour-ways, allowing it to act as a backdrop or stand out pattern in a room.
Depicting a beautiful ogee-shaped trailing floral vine, St. Albans Grove is a surface printed pattern with a special coarse metallic ink printed in the petals. The stencil-like lines give the design a hand-drawn feel. The pattern is printed on a fibrous non-woven paper.

Marlow is a classic surface printed curvy damask with a fabric-like horizontal texture in the background. It is available in a wide variety of colour-ways including, sophisticated metallics.

Auburn is a modern paisley that resembles a subtle damask in its one colour depiction. The fine details resemble traditional mehndi or henna designs.

Sterling is a traditional full-coverage foulard paisley pattern with intricate details.

Named after the mathematician for its geometric qualities, Rymann’s straight edges are softened by a surface printed texture. The tonality of this pattern sets a sophisticated background for any interior.

Named after the city in Italy which houses the home of an old stone abbey. Tresco is a surface printed textural pattern with hints of metallic for glimmer.

ST. ALBANS GROVE Wallpaper in Silver on Cream