I’m slightly obsessed with this new Classic Literature Wallpaper Collection from Murals Wallpaper featuring remastered original illustrations from Alice in Wonderland and the Wizard of Oz! As many of you know, my home was built in 1890, I’m a public history buff and I just love vintage and retro looks – mix in these two literature theme classics and I’m head over heels! In fact, the Alice in Wonderland print is on it’s way to my home as I prep my guest bathroom walls in high anticipation. I’ll be posting the details of the installation and results here so keep an eye out for that!
Wallpaper seems to be a “dying” trend in home decor overall, but I’m just not giving it up. When used properly and tastefully, wallpaper is the perfect way to give areas of your home a fresh new look! It’s really easy to install and much less messy than paint and a lot less expensive than some of the more fancy wallboard’s you can buy nowadays.
While I’m opting to hang the Alice in Wonderland print in my bathroom for all of us to enjoy, these prints would be so special in a child’s room, too!
Shop the Collection
Murals are available at: muralswallpaper.co.uk/collections/classic-literature
All prints are custom-sized, made-to-order and priced at £23.50 per square meter.
About the Alice in Wonderland Print
Alice in Wonderland wallpaper print launched to celebrate 150th anniversary and has been designed with original illustrations from 1865.
Murals Wallpaper has released a new print in celebration of the 150th anniversary of Alice in Wonderland. The classy composition has been designed in house by remastering archived images of John Tenniel’s original 1865 works.
Bringing Lewis Carroll’s iconic story to life, the wallpaper print makes for a wonderfully sophisticated feature in the home, ideal for a child’s bedroom or playroom and will no doubt take your imagination down the rabbit hole.
About the Wizard of Oz Print
Alice in Wonderland joins the Wizard of Oz print – designed with W.W Denslow illustrations from 1900 – to make up the Classic Literature Collection.
Alice has been joined by a few more famous literary characters with Murals Wallpapers’ second print from the collection; The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Designed in a similar fashion, the in-house team dug through hundreds of archives before eventually finding scans of the Denslow-illustrated version from 1900.
About the Charles Dickens Print
The last print in the collection captures a number of Charles Dickens’ most favored characters from the likes of Oliver Twist, The Pickwick Papers and the Old Curiosity Shop.