Friday, July 06, 2007

More Cole and Son





In case you haven't had your fill of wallpaper posts this week, I thought I would include some more images of various prints by Cole and Son. They have so many wonderful designs that it's difficult for me to choose my favorites. Whether your style is traditional or contemporary, they truly have something to offer for everyone. And, I'd love to hear which ones are your favorites. Enjoy!



"Chinese Paper" , part of the Florence II collection


"Humming Birds"


"Hicks Moghul", part of the New Contemporary line


"The India Paper", part of the Richmond collection


"Raffles", part of the Richmond collection


"Catwalk", in the Classix collection


"St James Trellis"

Image at top: Glamorous, mirrored dressing room papered in "Paisley Flowers"

32 comments:

  1. So many great picks! Love Humming Birds, Hicks Moghul and India!

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  2. No, I can't get enough! Something about the pink floral is speaking to me! Not usually a flower gal, but I love this!

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  3. I can't resist the Humming Birds. But I also love the Malachite from the previous post--so luxurious looking, and a somewhat versatile color that would be well suited to lots of different accent colors.

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  4. I have a friend who has Humming Birds in her dining room and it is just beautiful!

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  5. i love the st. james one. wonderful in a library.

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  6. My fav would have to be the "Hicks Moghul" It is bold with gorgeous color.

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  7. J's Crew- I like that one too!

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  8. Thanks Atl Social! And Linda, I thought that Catwalk was cute.

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  9. Fairfax- Yes, that would look lovely in a library!

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  10. Laura- I'm with you- that Malachite is my new fave!

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  11. Katie- That floral print would be a good choice for a non-floral person. Not too frou-frou.

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  12. Courtney- All good choices!

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  13. I am a big fan of Cole and Son, and am always hoping to use them in projects. The hummingbird print is just so lovely! They offer such a variety :)

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  14. Kate- I hope you get a chance to use one of them soon!

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  16. Glad you like them Blushing Apples!

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  17. Oh, and no, I'm not in St. Louis, but I am a fan of St. Louis Magazine At Home.

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  18. So many beautiful wallpapers. My favorite is the Hicks Mogul pink and orange one.
    This is a new line to me. Thanks for all the great resources.
    Sue

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  19. Glad you like them Sue! I like the Hicks Mogul too!

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  20. This is a great review on Cole and Son's wallpaper. I particulary love the top picture of the mylar paper. I am glad that mylar is making a come back. I love mylar particularly in entry foyers and powder rooms for added drama. It works wonderfuly at night with it's reflective quality. Good post, thanks for your inspiration and research.

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  21. Patricia- Do you know who else is a fan of Mylar paper? Albert Hadley!

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  22. Well I'm loving Albert Hadley's work right. I go to bed reading a couple pages of his book each night. So I guess I might be connecting with the Mylar in him in my dreams.....

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  23. keep them coming! what beautiful and vibrant wallpaper. thank you, i want to wallpaper now!

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  24. Paris Apt- If I could I would wallpaper everything!

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  25. The silver and mirror room is amazing.

    Jordan

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  26. Jordan- Yes, and it would look even better with some of your lucite pieces!

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  27. so much greatness! where do i stop scrolling. i scroll, go back, scroll...wait, what was that? all of it is wonderful and makes my head swim.
    yet again, a lovely post.

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  28. I love Cole and Son. I just used Hummingbirds in blue with glossy Slate Teal walls. Stunning.

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  29. Mark- I bet it looks terrific!

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