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You'll not discover a more tranquil setting than the library...a quiet enclosure where people come to pore over the literature workings of others, indulge their love for print-based works and spend some time getting lost in the worlds created by some of the world's finest authors.
Peaceful, relaxing and offering a sense of calm from the real world, imagine coming home to this sort of environment every day. Now you can by decking the walls of your interior in the Fornasetti Ex Libris Wallpaper.
The wallpaper features elegantly placed books in a trompe l'oeil library shelf pattern, adding a unique touch to the surroundings in which the paper is placed. Inspired from a Fornasetti screen from 1953, this design offers a unique style to the room while effortlessly injecting a visual that will feel almost lifelike projecting from the walls. This wallpaper is perfect to create a feature wall in either the library or study of your home.
The Fornasetti wallpaper comes in a standard roll size of 52cm x 10m, while the Ex Libris Wallpaper is available in one of four finishes, allowing you to pick the perfect shade to complement the interior of your home.
Beginning with Piero Fornasetti back in 1933 and with one of the biggest collections with regard to variety, the designer is held in such regard he is considered as being part of the most unique creative talents of the twentieth century.
Creating a striking visual vocabulary that is immediately apparent, Piero Fornasetti composed an imaginary world coated in imagery and shades that captured both unique wit and whimsical approach. This continues to the present day through Piero's son, Barnaba, who carries on the legacy his fathers work started.
Add a touch of individuality and creative flair to your interior by gracing the walls with the designs of Fornasetti and guarantee yourself a place with the style elite.
Milanese designer & craftsman Piero Fornasetti has created over 11,000 pieces and his collection of objects and furniture is one of the largest of the 20th century. Fornasetti offers a contemporary take on a traditional design and was heavily influenced by Greek and Roman architecture which emanates through his wallpaper design styles.