Brunschwig & Fils began to think about adding wallcovering to its line in 1959. Mrs B. and Murray Douglas knew that wallcovering could transform a room optically - by making it appear taller with up reaching vertical patterns, or by pushing the walls out with scenic effects, or by bringing the outdoors in with garden greenery and architectural details.
By 1964, wallcoverings and borders became a regular part of the collection and another arm of the company. Brunschwig brings the same attention to detail and craftsmanship to its wallcovering selection as seen in its fabric offering. Wallcovering has become increasingly more visible in the last few years. Its diversity and usage ranges greatly. Brunschwig offers everything from traditional large scale patterns, trellis motifs, novelty patterns, toile de jouy designs, to small scale prints, borders, tiny textured repeats, strie patterns and more.
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- 1) Wallcovering: Bombay, color Grenadine P8014101-19; Furniture: J.M.F Waterfall Coffee Table MP-90, J.M.F. Double "C" Bench MP-B2 in Kotuko Grospoint, color Cream and Dark Brown BR-89391-M08 both from Matthews & Parker; Post-War American Geometric Bronze forms titled Bust 1 #BAU001 by Mike Walsh Courtesy of Newel New York; Carpet: Red Sari Silk 8205 from JD Staron;
- 2) Wallcovering: Bird and Thistle, color Silver BR-69518-1111; Furniture: Strato Dining Table AN-31-004, Gustavian Klismos Chair 21-02596-24-24 in Bankers Linen, color Vanilla 8012140-1, Biarritz Sconce 11-01397-08-01 all from Nierman Weeks;
- 3) Wallcovering: Le Grand Palais, color Sapphire BR-69097-5; Furniture: Raspail Chair BR-A8070 in Lacquer, color Grey Pearl 8012134-11; Pillow: Essex Texture, color French Blue 8014110-515 & Coeur Band, color Marine T8012107-55; Mechanique Gueridon Table MP-195 from Matthews & Parker; Carpet: Moroccan Berber 136941 from JD Staron; Artwork by Albert Kotin Courtesy of Berry Campbell