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I — An intricate wallpaper pattern with a cream ground with embossed golden wheat and blue corn-flowers. 2 — A warm cheering paper featuring a bright saffron scale pattern with saffron floral scrolls on a dark yellow ground. 3 — Somber mosaic arabesque wallpaper in dark red, blue and green, all on an old gold mosaic ground. 4 — Victorian wallpaper highlighting golden vases with garlands of flowers on bright Nile blue and cream grounds.Walter Crane Wallpaper Design "Swan Rush and Iris" No.Morris set up his own company with fellow artists called Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Co in 1861, (later just Morris & Co), which produced everything from furniture and textiles to wallpaper and jewelry.Great pains were taken by William Morris personally in the preparation of pure and lasting colors, nothing being spared to that end; some of his vats requiring years to bring their dyes to perfection.Cottages and smaller homes in the early Victorian era were ordinarily plain plaster.Distinctions in social standing were apparent in the differences between the furnishings and wallcoverings of a grand mansion and farmhouse.
Antique wallpaper of expensive styles and artistic variety were brought to America as early as 1735.Machine made paper arose in the 19th century, with the more exquisite patterns featuring designs by Walter Crane and William Morris.Walter Crane was one of the most important designers of the Arts and Crafts movement.Rolls of wallpaper did not appear in America until 1790, so most designs imported before this time arrived in square sheets.French influence dominated the design of domestic wallpapers; but by the end of the eighteenth century, Philadelphia had become the center of wallpaper production in the United States.