The Zoffany Phaedra Wallpaper collection, is a visual allegory of the Zoffany studio’s unceasing journey to create luxury for the home interiors and home décor market. The designs offer a rich compendium of diverse wallcoverings ranging from state-of-the-art designs such as their Acantha Wallpaper which features a marbling effect within the damask pattern, through to wide-width scenics like Zoffany London 1832 digitally printed wallpaper depicting a map of London in 1832, and vinyl embosses, to traditional rotary screen methods. The self-titled Phaedra Wallpaper is inspired by an 18th century English toile, but this statement design has been modernised through its monumental scale to bring force to you wall. While Hawksmoor brings a conceptual design to life and is inspired by the works of constructive textile artists, as this abstract three-dimensional fossil effect wallpaper, combines both metallic and matt inks to create an interesting effective wallcovering not seen before. As does Metallo with its semi-plain pattern that is printed in fine detail onto foil and is reminiscent of beaten metal, and creates an effective backdrop or surface where used. All are on non-woven bases for ease of hanging. The Phaedra Fabrics, Oberon, Aldwych and Amoret collections are also available to complement this collection of Phaedra Wallpapers.