Trustworth Studios Wallpapers represent some of the best of the English Arts and Crafts Movement. They rely heavily on the designs of CFA Voysey and are reproduced from our own period documents and those in private collections. The patterns are produced both by the hand silk screening process and the new digital technology. Most patterns are produced in true document scale and color. Our digital technology allows some patterns to be scaled to suit a client's requirements.

Sample cuttings are available for screen printed papers and digitally printed papers. A standard sample is one full repeat unless otherwise requested.

Samples are printed on request and may not be returned for refunds.

All orders should be inspected upon receipt for any damage resulting from shipping. After 30 days satisfaction will be assumed.

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CFA Voysey c 1930

This pattern drawn quite late in Voysey's career and during very hard financial times still speaks to the designer's view of a better world through the eyes of a child. This paper is a compilation of Tenniel's original illustrations for Alice in Wonderland, and Through the Looking Glass colored and arranged by Voysey into a landscape for the child in all of us

21 inches wide with a 21.78 vertical repeat

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

"Angelic Forest" is a late Voysey pattern offering the designer's view of a world that is quite simply pure magic. There are always fairies at the bottom of Voysey's garden and obviously angels, too. This pattern is our first digitally produced design and is 21" wide.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

Thumbnail of apothecary's garden pattern.

CFA Voysey c. 1926

This pattern drawn in the later years of Voysey's career still evokes the freshness and perennial childlike enthusiasm of his early work. The design is composed like an assemblage of needlework "slips" copied from a seventeenth century herbal. In the needlework tradition "slips" were appliquéd on fabric, usually silk or velvet, to embellish a large area of cloth. Here the "slips" are arranged in a pleasing repeating pattern resulting in our wallpaper.

"Apothecary's Garden" is 21" wide with an 18.123" vertical repeat

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

CFA VOYSEY c. 1896

The Aylmer is a light and refreshing pattern composed of scrolling acanthus leaves, against a background of small leaves and berries, all showcasing with a large white blossom highlighted in blue and pale yellow. This design is available in both in its original scale of two blossoms per width across as well as a slightly reduced scale of three flowers across. The Aylmer is appropriate for any room where a light and airy effect is desired.

The Aylmer is 21” wide with a 14.483” vertical repeat for the reduced version and 21.723” for the original document scale.

$7/ square foot. 30 square feet to the single roll.

E. W. Godwin c. 1872

A high aesthetic movement in the Japanesque taste, "Bamboo" was very popular through the last quarter of the nineteenth century. It was installed in a Hartford, CT house in the 1870's but could be equally appropriate for a modern home of the 1960's or 1970's. Shown in the original colorway of greens, reds, and yellow.

"Bamboo" is 21" wide with a 21-25" self match vertical repeat.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

M. P. Verneuil c. 1897

This exotic pattern of bats and poppies does rather suggest the realms of altered if not enhanced states of consciousness. "Bat and Poppy" is an extraordinary elegant half drop design in shades of brown, grey, mauve, pink, green and ochre that evokes a fin de siecle maturity approaching the cusp of decline. "Bat and Poppy" is appropriate to wheresoever you, the aesthetically sophisticated, choose to install it.

"Bat and Poppy" is 21" wide with half drop at 15.75.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll


CFA Voysey c 1893 or earlier

A gentle pattern in harmonious shades of yellow, green, salmon, cream and blue. The observer may be pleased to find Voysey's signature heart motif outlined by the salmon colored berries.

"Bird and Berries" is 21" wide with a with a 16.093 vertical repeat.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

Imagine yourself in a brake of bramble roses in the English countryside with the rustling and cooing of doves in the thicket. That was Voysey's likely inspiration for this 1901 design. This very elegant pattern in muted grayed tones of teal, green, brown, red and dark purple can be combined with either painted or natural woodwork to create a dramatic yet peaceful interior appropriate to almost any room. Voysey has incorporated his signature heart motif in this design and has actually managed two interwoven hearts formed by the recurving of the brambles. This pattern was originally produced as a textile and used for curtains and upholstery.

"Bird and Bramble" is 21" wide with a self matching 31.35" vertical repeat in paper document scale.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

CFA Voysey c 1897

This bright and cheery pattern, while admittedly somewhat seasonal in concept, will nonetheless lighten you rustic retreat or mountain chalet. Bright green holly leaves and berries, on soft brown stems, supporting a flock of feeding fowl. Time for cocoa and a good book in front of the fire while the snow flurries in the woods.

"Bird & Holly" is 21" wide with a 20.907" vertical repeat.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll


This soft and lovely pattern from 1897 is perfect for a bedroom or an intimate sitting area. The subtle variations in the green tones beautifully set off the peach coloring of the rose, while the solitary bird keeps vigil amid the bramble. Voysey believed in the quiet beauty of regularly repeating patterns, and this simple, undulating design is a perfect example of that. This pattern was originally intended for furnishing fabric but works equally well as wallpaper.

"Bird and Rose" is 21" wide with a self- matching 13.667 vertical repeat.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

This pattern is one of Voysey's seductively soft and appealing designs. Highly stylized tulips, tulip leaves and birds create a peaceful rhythm of ornament that offers a great sense of repose. "Bird and Tulip" is an easy choice for bedroom or sitting room but will be equally happy in any room where a light and somewhat subdued effect is desired. This is a digitally produced design 21" wide with a 10.4" vertical repeat. It is a self-matching pattern and may be used alone or with its original Tulip Frieze design.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

Kate Faulkner for Morris and Co.

A somewhat atypical Morris and Co. pattern, Blossom is a dense branching floral design. In shades of grey greens, browns, pinks, yellow and creams on a pale blue green ground. Appropriate for bedrooms and other rooms where a gentle overall floral pattern is desired.

Blossom is 21" wide with a 23.373" self-matching vertical repeat.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll


"The Blue Bird" is a cheery pattern of birds and fruiting vines forming a protective arbor of hearts. This CFA Voysey design is 21" wide with a self-matching 31 1/2" repeat. A single 6 yard roll is approximately 30 square feet. Rolls are shipped on multi roll bolts and are untrimmed.

Please contact for pricing.

c 1900-1910

The Bramley is a spectacular pattern of sinuous iris and sedate water lily seductively colored in shades of Prussian blue. It is drawn in the Art Nouveau style however it is believed to be from the Boston area. The design is intriguingly complex; its leaves are created in both the positive and negative spaces of the pattern and harmonized with the overall strie effect. The Bramley is an ideal design to recreate a touch of "fin de siecle" elegance.

"The Bramley" is 21" wide with an 21.985" self matching vertical repeat.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll


CFA Voysey c 1889

"The Demon" is described in The Studio magazine of 1893 volume 1 number 1 as a daring harmony in reds & yellow. Like a gaillardia blossom, it is heightened by the cunning touches of dark green in the background, hardly noticeable without close inspection. Less eloquently, the design may be described as a harmony in fire and brimstone. It is frequently chosen for home theaters due to "The Demon's" likeness to the dramatis personae masks of classical theater.

"The Demon" is 21" wide with a 15.083" vertical repeat.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

Based on designs of CR Mackintosh
c. 1916-1920

Whether you aspire to be Cesare the Somnambulist of director Robert Wiene's classic The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari or you are simply looking for the ultimate expressionist interior this pattern captures the moment. The inspiration for this design comes from Mackintosh's groundbreaking stencils for the hall at 78 Derngate, Northampton. W.J. Bassett-Lowke, the client for 78 Derngate was an industrial designer of scale models. The interiors of the house were conceived to be very modern and to reflect the industrial machine made mood that inspired much of that post war generation.

"The Derngate" is 21" wide with a 26.207" vertical self matching repeat

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

CFA Voysey c. 1906

Essex Rose is a light and airy design filled with the optimism of early 20th century idealism. It speaks to the clean new outlook of a new century where anything was possible and hopes were high. The pattern also incorporates Voysey’s signature heart motif in its leaves and bramble. With Voysey’s design, as with Hitchcock’s films, it is often amusing to spot the signature cameo appearance of the heart when it is present. Essex Rose is colored in soft tones of grey green, yellow and orangey- red and would be appropriate for almost any room.

Essex Rose is 21” wide with a 10.407” vertical self-matching repeat.

$7/ square foot. 30 square feet to the single roll.

Are there Fairies at the bottom of your garden? There certainly could be with this design from 1896. Voysey's signature stylized doves are in graceful flight through a forest of softly shaded trees under planted with mushrooms and hyacinth. Pale tones of green, blue ochre, teal and lavender ideally suit this pattern to any room where elegance and repose are desired. While this design is clearly an Arts and Crafts period pattern, its construction makes it equally at home in a Colonial Revival interior for those wishing to explore period correctness outside of the conventional box.

"The Fairyland" is a half-drop repeat with the full vertical repeat being 23.81" and the full strip width being 21".

$7 / square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

CFA Voysey

Falcon and Hollyhock is an adaptation of the Edward VII coronation paper from 1901. In place of the crowns and initials a hollyhock has been substituted. We also have the pattern as designed for those wishing to use the original design or who are feeling somewhat more regal. In shades of yellows, green, red and blue, Falcon and Hollyhock, as well as the original coronation paper, are appropriate for rooms of the high and low born of us. And yes, Voysey’s heart motif is there.

Falcon and Hollyhock is 21” wide with a 10.717” vertical self-matching repeat

$7/ square foot. 30 square feet to the single roll.

This thoroughly enchanting pattern obviously wants to be in the room where most people perform their ablutions. It doesn't have to be there to the exclusion of anywhere else you may want to install it, but it does seem to find its own level near water. Voysey never gave this pattern a name but in the manner of so many of his designs we chose to name it descriptively, "Fin and Tentacle." This is a late Voysey pattern drawn around the time of his "Angelic Forest" and "House that Jack Built". During this period of reversed financial circumstances his creative heart and mind is still undauntedly in the sunlit world of the day nursery, and the future remains bright.

"Fin and Tentacle" is 20.52" wide with a 14.3067 vertical side-matching pattern repeat.

$7 / square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

CFA Voysey c 1907

In delicate shades of cream, green, yellow, and black, "Fool's Parsley" is an elegant example of interlacing stylized floral form. The pattern also offers four of the most charming birds Voysey ever drew. Appropriate anywhere a gentle yet sophisticated design is desired.

"Fool's Parsley" is 21" wide with a 16.975 vertical repeat.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

"Four and Twenty" is an elegant pattern in shades of teals and black with the suggestion of gold based on the famous rhyme. Voysey, ever childlike, has created this rich repeating design that desperately wants to find a perch in your dining room. "Four and Twenty" could also be at home, albeit darkly, in the day or night nursery. We at Trustworth Studios assume no responsibility for future counseling sessions for the brilliant young minds nurtured in such surroundings. We are, in fact, very well pleased to play a part in shaping their future creative memories. This is a custom scaleable pattern with the document being 21" across and a self match.

$7 / square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

CFA Voysey c. 1899

"The Galahad" is a wonderful design from Voysey's golden age of productivity. It is composed of two tones of soft green scrolling acanthus leaves, blue spotted lilies, and highlights of pink and yellow on a ground of very subdued grey-purple. This gentle and pleasing pattern would be at home in any room. It is also a bird free design for those of you who are afflicted with inherited avian phobias. No excuses now! This would be Voysey for vegans and naturalists who prefer their birds out of doors. We do try to be accommodating.

"The Galahad" is 21" wide with a 20.803" vertical repeat

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

CFA Voysey c. c.1901

The Grategus is a deceptively simple and elegant pattern from Voysey’s golden period of design. It may be entertaining to note that the correct spelling of this botanical genus is Crataegus. The difference in Voysey’s spelling may be due to historical spelling modifications or more likely Voysey’s unorthodox and partial home-school education. The Grategus represents the hawthorn or thorn apple often grown in England and Europe as a hedge plant to give shelter and sustenance to many birds, butterflies and other wildlife. In muted shade of greys, blue, green and purple The Grategus is appropriate for any room where a sense of protective serenity is desired.

The Grategus is 21” wide with a 10.347” vertical self-matching

$7/ square foot. 30 square feet to the single roll.

CFA Voysey c 1900

Whether you're of a Socratic mind or just in the mood for a soft and peaceful repeating pattern, Hemlock may be and ideal choice for your requirements. Voysey chose this design for his own bedroom and it may be seen in archival images of The Orchard his home in Chorleywood. Hemlock is rendered in soft shades of green, yellow, and pale blue on a cream ground.

"Hemlock" is 21" wide with an 8" self matching vertical repeat.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

CFA Voysey c 1904

Whether you're searching for a childhood lost or a childhood yet to come, Voysey's realization of this classic nursery rhyme is an elegant and engaging design. Set in delicate shades of blue, green and yellows all the characters of the story are present. As the grown-up world grows ever darker you can still escape to the day nursery with this truly lovely and sophisticated view of childhood.

"Hey Diddle Diddle" is 21" wide with an 20.55" self matching vertical repeat.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

CFA Voysey c 1929

This pattern was first produced as a nursery fabric, with the rat expurgated, and is now reproduced with Voysey's original intent fully realized. It is drawn with the artist's unique childlike eye and appeals to both children and sophisticated adults. The house is, not surprisingly, to Voysey's own architectural specifications.

"The House That Jack Built" is 21" wide with a 15.93" half drop repeat.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

Lindsay P. Butterfield c 1896

An extremely rich and luxurious pattern of pink hydrangea and foliage. Butterfield was a prolific pattern designer selling to Liberty and Morton among others. His designs often suggest a fusion of Morris and Voysey's work. This pattern is also available as a textile through Wellspring Textiles.

"Hydrangea" is 21" wide with a 21.917" half drop repeat.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

CFA Voysey c 1898

This highly structured cat lover's pattern depicts a lovely cat sedately surveying it's prey of birds and rats. "I Love Little Pussy" is named for the famous nursery rhyme and may well have been intended for a child's room. However, it is well suited to any chamber where ordered repeating pattern in muted earth tones is desired.

"I Love Little Pussy" is a 21" self matching paper with an 18" vertical repeat.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

CFA Voysey c. 1929

In My Orchard is a lovely last romantic idyll of rural English life even as it was vanishing on the eve of the Great Depression. Voysey is still seeing with the eyes of his preferred childhood and ready to vanish into that looking glass world. In shades of mottled greens, creams, browns, blue and red this optimisticly youthful pattern will brighten up any room.

In My Orchard is 21” wide with a 15.487” half drop repeat

$7/ square foot. 30 square feet to the single roll

CFA Voysey c. 1897

It is not entirely clear why Voysey named this design Iolanthe other than the suggestion of waving watery wetland leaves that served as the place to which Iolanthe, the lead fairy character from the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta of the same name was exiled. Unlike the fairies of the operetta, the wallpaper Iolanthe is quite graceful. In shades of mottled blues, greens and yellows the fill and frieze make an elegant statement to almost any room. They may be used as a complementary set or separately as either fill or frieze. When used separately the frieze may be scaled to your requirements.

The Iolanthe fill is 21” wide with a 20.543” vertical repeat. The Iolanthe frieze is 22.5” tall with a 15.14” horizontal repeat. The frieze is scalable when used alone.

$7/ square foot. 30 square feet to the single roll

CFA Voysey c. 1893

The Isis fill paper and coordinating frieze is an early exuberant example of Voysey’s mastery of pattern design. It is from his large-scale early 1890’s output and both the fill paper and the frieze may be used independently of each other. The frieze is more demonstrably graphic and makes a clear enough statement to be used above a painted or paneled wall. The fill paper is grand though subtle when used alone and the ideal complement to the frieze when somewhat more opulence is desired. The choice of the name for this fill and frieze set is unclear but it may be speculated that Voysey had the poem Prothalamion by Edward Spencer in mind for a description of that part of the Thames still traditionally called the Isis in Oxford. In the poem the river is idyllically described.

“Along the shoare of silver streaming Themmes;
Whose rutty banke, the which his river hemmes,
Was paynted all with variable flowers.
And all the meads adornd with daintie gemmes
Fit to deck maydens bowres”

The Isis fill is 21” wide with a 21.067” vertical repeat. The Isis frieze is 24” tall with a 16.62 horizontal repeat when used with the fill paper. The frieze may also be trimmed at various places to use only sections of the design when combining with the fill. When not used with the fill the frieze is scalable.

$7/ square foot. 30 square feet to the single roll

CFA Voysey c 1928

"Love in a Mist" is a simple sweet design drawn late in Voysey's career. The plant is loved by many gardeners for its silvery grey green leaves with touches of red as it matures and of course the soft blue flowers "floating" in the mist. This pattern is a perfect way to bring the late spring or early summer garden indoors all year long. It is a perfect paper for a bedroom or any room desiring a retiring design.

"Love in a Mist" is 21' wide with a 20.754" vertical repeat.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

CFA Voysey c. 1929

This design was sold as both a wallpaper and textile pattern. The central figure of the owl is being “mobbed” by the surrounding birds. Mobbing is the action taken by smaller birds when a predator enters their space. Sort of like what happens in politics with two distinct political parties, but I digress. This soft mottled paper is a bird watcher’s delight. In muted shades of green, browns, red, and cream this paper would be appropriate for almost any room.

Mob Scene is 21” wide with a 21.167” vertical self-matching repeat

$7/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

MP Verneuil approximately c 1896

A rich and heady interpretation of stylized flowers and foliage. This Art Nouveau design glories in nature's abundance. Muted tones of green, yellow and red combine to create this lush organic whole.

"Nasturtium" is 21" wide with a 15.443" vertical repeat.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet per single roll

Based on a pattern by CFA Voysey
c. 1900

This design is an adaptation of a pattern drawn for wallpaper and fabric. The colors are based on a more American color palette and harmonize well with oak furniture of a more robust structure and darker finish.

"Oak Leaf & Acorn" is 21" wide with a 19.757” vertical self matching repeat.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

"Oak Ledge" is a Morris style document reproduced from a client's sample. The two color ways are shades of grey green, or shades of butterscotch. The pattern is 21" wide with a 38 5/8" self matched repeat. A single 6-yard roll is approximately 30 square feet. Rolls are shipped on multi roll bolts and are untrimmed.

Please contact for pricing.

CFA Voysey c 1888

"Poppies" was first produced as a printed textile and most famously as a silk bed cover. The lustrous shades of midnight blue and orange with highlights of gold and grey green make for a rich pattern indeed. Appropriate for any room in which one would want to drift away.

"Poppies" is 21" wide with a 22.061" vertical repeat.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet per single roll

Soft pale purple birds in gently diagonal foliage with yellow fruit. This is classic Voysey from around the turn of the Twentieth Century. Originally produced as a textile this pattern is somewhat Art Nouveau in appearance, however it was in production and extremely popular well after Art Nouveau was in eclipse. This is a digitally produced paper and is 21" wide with a 19.553" vertical self-matching repeat.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

CFA Voysey c 1895

Flat pattern reduced to a sophisticated simplicity, "Rook and Holly" was selected by Voysey for his own children's room. Three rather expectant black birds in a winter bare tree combined with holly sprigs ... a gift for any room!

"Rook and Holly" is 21" wide with a 16" vertical repeat.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

CFA Voysey c 1929

This simple repeating pattern drawn late in Voysey's career was originally produced as a textile. It may be colored many different ways to hamonize with any interior.

"Rose of Haras" is 21" wide with a 4.377" vertical repeat.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

If you are fond of morning glories, big morning glories, this is your pattern. If however you are of a timid nature, please do not fear this design because it is digitally produced and consequently scaleable. Howard Van Doren Shaw chose "The Saladin". Who is he? He would have been Chicago's better-known architect but for Frank Lloyd Wright. Shaw chose it for his own home, Ragdale, in Lake Forest. He was a Voysey admirer and imported British pattern for some of his projects. Voysey in the mid-west, …. in American Arts and Crafts houses, … see, …it does work! Be brave and try "The Saladin", full scale or reduced it is a very peaceful palette of greens and blues with pale yellow and red highlights. This design can be used in almost any room. Really! The Saladin is 21" wide by 14.833 in its original document scale and is self-matching.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

CFA Voysey c 1891

This 1891 design of gulls on a rolling sea conjures the sounds of the surf, shore birds, and bracing salt spray off the ocean. The pattern was originally produced as both a woven textile and wallpaper and is available today as paper and printed fabric.

"Seagulls" is 21" wide with an 11.277 vertical repeat.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

CFA Voysey c 1891

First produced as a woven fabric in 1891 this pattern by CFA Voysey is now available as wallpaper and printed textile. Gulls both afloat and perched on small islands with assorted foliage and pomegranates give a nautical flair to this robust early Voysey design.

"Seagull and Pomegranate" is 21" wide with an 11.354 vertical self-matching repeat.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

Designed in 1901 by CFA Voysey and named for the type of small boat, "The Shallop" is a sublimely peaceful pattern that all lovers of the sea can instantly relate to. The salt fog, rocking gulls and solitary islands in tones of muted blue-grey greens all combine to suggest a peaceful journey through an uncomplicated world. "The Shallop" is a seaside vacation for your walls.

"The Shallop" is 21" wide with a 10.543" self-matching vertical repeat. We will be offering this pattern as a printed fabric in the near future.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

CFA Voysey Approximately c.1898

The Solanum is a soft and gently undulating rendering of stylized nightshade. In tones of peach, greens, and ochre this pattern would be lovely in bedrooms or any room where gentle repeating color is desired.

The Solanum is 21” wide with a 12.933” self-matching vertical repeat

$7/ square foot. 30 square feet to the single roll

CFA Voysey c. 1907

Though the colors in this pattern may suggest late autumn the blackbird and her nestlings speak of the spring to come. The undulating swirl of the branches and the contented squirrel suggest a peaceful woodland kingdom.

Squirrel and Blackbird is 21” wide with a 26.597” vertical self matching repeat

$7/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

CFA Voysey c 1930

A trailing vine pattern with squirrels and birds in soft pastel shades on a robin's egg blue ground. This design is stylistically reminiscent of hand painted chinese papers. The paper was originally intended to be hung with 12" of plain ground between each strip.

"Squirrel and Vine" is 21" wide with a 20.3" vertical repeat.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

CFA Voysey c 1896

In "The Squire's Garden", CFA Voysey evokes the serene dreams of a peaceful pleasure garden from an all but vanished past. Peacocks strut amid potted oranges, dovecotes and rose covered trellises in this pattern from 1896. The soft colors and gentle structured formality ideally suite this design to hallways and dining rooms, or wherever a dignified atmosphere is desired.

"The Squire's Garden" is 21" wide with a 22.18 self-matching vertical repeat.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

This sophisticated yet subtle Morris style pattern owes its inspiration to the great foliage drawings of the 17th century. It is available as both line drawing, harkening back to its origins, and as 19th century tone on tone. Sunflower and Grape may be printed in any two colors as well as our own colorways.

Click on the thumbnail for examples of colorways.

"Sunflower and Grape" is 21" wide with an 18.993" vertical self-matching repeat.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

Image of the wallpaper design called Temptation.

CFA Voysey c 1889

This is a fairly early and somewhat atypical design for Voysey. It is open to all sorts of entertaining interpretations however the least confrontational would have to be Voysey's inherited view of a benevolent God and a complete rejection in a belief of Hell and any of its representatives. On a more confrontational note interpretations may include opposing political party representatives, family members, liberal and conservative religious factions and polar opposites of your choice. The pattern has been interpreted in soft colors of cream and blue with highlights of gold and red. Appropriate for conservative and libertine interiors alike.

"Temptation" is 21" wide with a 21.14" self matching vertical repeat.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

CFA Voysey c 1893

The Tokio is a very early pattern and is a rare and very successful exploration into Art Nouveau a style Voysey later reviled as unhealthy. The design is composed of large poppies in shades of pink with soft green leaves. These close color harmonies create a subtle overall wall texture that is both rich and pleasing to the eye. The pattern works very well with natural and painted woodwork.

The Tokio is 21” wide with a 20.867” vertical self-matching repeat.

$7/ square foot. 30 square feet to the single

CFA Voysey c 1889

The Three Men of Gotham was first seen in the premier issue of The Studio Magazine in 1893. The narrative of the image refers to an incident of three wise men pretending madness to prevent King John from having a right of way through their village in Nottinghamshire. This was originally produced as printed velvet in very much darker and more somber colors. Our slightly updated palette makes this great design appropriate for library or study or any room looking for a nautical theme.

The Three Men of Gotham is 21” wide with a 21.7” vertical self-matching repeat.

$7/ square foot. 30 square feet to the single roll

CFA Voysey
c. 1897

Voysey designed this pattern in celebration of Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee. It is a robust and highly colorful interpretation of gothic tradition filtered though an arts and crafts period eye. The Tudor Rose, the shamrock and the thistle, symbolizing England, Ireland and Scotland unified under the crown of monarchy 1837-1897, was a strong Voysey family sentiment. The Reverend Charles Voysey had this paper in his entry hall at Annesley Lodge. The younger Voysey designed the house in 1895 for his father. This pattern is a must for all those looking to make a grand gesture. You will not “not be amused.”

"Victoria Regina" is 21" wide with a 27.407” vertical self matching repeat.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

Image of the wallpaper design called Vineyard & Bird.

CFA Voysey c 1897

Luxuriant green leaves and deep purple grapes under the watchful eyes of rich golden birds suggests the abundance of harvest and good times to come. This pattern pairs well with oak, mahogany or other substantial natural woodwork. It will also look elegant against richer tones of painted trim. Vineyard and Bird would be an excellent choice in dining rooms as well as the stylish wine cavern under your château.

"Vineyard & Bird" is 21" wide with a 15.847" vertical self-matching repeat.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

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"Whoot" is a seductively mystical and playful pattern of owls and owlets with foliage and nest. Classically colored with Voysey's mastery of the blue-green palette, this design will ennoble any room or wizard's lair. "Whoot" is 21" wide with a 33.25" self matched repeat. A single 6-yard roll is approximately 30 square feet. Rolls are shipped on multi roll bolts and are untrimmed.

Please contact for pricing.

Image of the wallpaper design called Woodland Carpet.

CFA Voysey c 1897

This all over "mille fleur" pattern in soft shades of green with yellow, red, peach, purple, and blue highlights offers a delightful recollection of a walk in a wildflower wood. If you have not had that experience you should know that wildflower woods of this kind are only to be seen in England and only after extraordinary amounts of laborious cultivation by staffs of gardeners, most of whom are dead or so old as to barely remember what the wood looked like in its prime before it went rank. This pattern is not for them. It is for those of you who have never had an intimate experience with a rhizome and are not contemplating one or, for that matter, care what a rhizome is.

This design was also produced as a machine made carpet by the firm of Tomkinson and Adam that produced many of Voysey's patterns.

"Woodland Carpet" is 21" wide with a 21.72" self matching vertical repeat.

$7.00/ square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll

This strong geometric design in shades of grays, greens, yellow and blues is a classic example of a simple pleasing foliage pattern. Voysey is at his professional best as opposed to his childlike best when creating this kind of repeating pattern. This is a large design that would be very pleasing in almost any room where muted color and robust design is desired. "The Wykehamist" was so successful a pattern that Tomkinson and Adam, the premier source for Voysey's machine made carpets, translated it to carpet design.

"The Wykehamist" is 21.0267" wide with a 16.3733" vertical self-matching repeat.

$7 / square foot, 30 square feet to the single roll