The Foundling Museum, Bloomsbury - an important collection of art, interiors, social history and music. The Court Room is one of the most beautifully ornate surviving ROCOCO interiors in London. The Court Room was designed by William Hogarth in the
Chateau Beauvais Dining Room The influence of French Rococo design comes to life with the signature pierced carvings, intricate inlaid marquetry, bombe shaping, and a duo tone finish called Noble Bark.
A trailing stylised floral and striped design with a victorian feel. Inspired by William Morris and Diana Vreeland's iconic Garden in Hell living room. Shown here in off white. Please request a sample for true colour match. A paste the wall product. Total coverage 1.35m wide by 3m high. The mural is supplied on a single roll, comprising of 3 x 3m lengths each 45cm wide. Search: H3009-3