About English Georgian Print Rooms - 18th c. Regency

It all started when an English customer who was building an 18th century Georgian dollhouse manor contacted me.  Specifically she was looking for paper that she could create an English Print Room. 

During the late 18th century and Regency era, it was fashionable for English women to collect prints, paper frames, ribbon swags and other paper embellishments to decorate solid colored walls. 

Click here to read more about the history of Georgian print rooms.

Picture from The Georgian Print Room at Uppark. ©National Trust Images/Geoffrey Frosh

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