Hamilton Weston Wallpapers' reproduction Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian wallpapers decorate historic homes, elegant restorations of treasured buildings and period film, TV and theatre sets. Working with innovative craftspeople enables them to offer an exceptional range of wallpapers for distinctive unusual and contemporary interiors. A unique archive of patterns dating from 1690-1960. From fragile and faded fragments uncovered in hidden corners of old buildings emerge intriguing, unusual and often surprisingly contemporary wallpapers. Each design is painstakingly redrawn and recoloured for hand or digital printing. Visit by appointment.
All Hamilton Weston's wallpapers can be custom coloured to suit the specific requirements of your home or project. Designs are frequently developed using clients’ vintage fabrics, maps, prints, photographs, drawings or artefacts. They are consultants for the historic interior, working with artists and printmakers. Since 2004 they have been supplying bespoke wallpapers by artist and printmaker Marthe Armitage, a collaboration they are proud to be associated with. In 2020 the first collection by the talented artist and decorative painter Flora Roberts was launched. Flora’s wallpapers combine her interest in murals & textiles, atmospheric textures & patterns. A second collection launched in Spring 2022. Spring 2021 saw a brand new collaboration for Hamilton Weston with the renowned British Interior Designer Adam Bray. May 2022 sees the very first series of wallpapers from illustrator Alice Pattullo. Visit by appointment.
Interior designer Georgina Hamilton and architectural historian Robert Weston have been specialising in classic interiors since 1981, when they founded Hamilton Weston Wallpapers to reproduce their unique archive of historic wallpapers. Their expertise in historic wallpapers has expanded to embrace architectural and historical analysis, space planning and interior design, including bespoke furniture and intricate detailing. Hamilton Weston works closely with architects and craftsmen to recreate Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian period interiors; their designs are equally as successful in contemporary settings. Image credit: Jane Austen's House Museum