BRADBURY & BRADBURY ART WALLPAPERS

Fenway Roomset


Shown here: Fenway Roomset in the Indigo colorway.

Fenway takes its name from the word "fen" or marsh—a favorite source of inspiration for Victorian designers, especially during the Aesthetic Movement of the 1870s and 1880s and in the emerging Art Nouveau Movement in the 1890s. Much of the fascination with aquatic motifs came from the strong influence of traditional Japanese design on European decorative art in the latter half of the 19th century.

The Iris Frieze is adapted from the work of designer/illustrator Walter Crane, and was one of the first patterns of the Victorian era to foreshadow the coming of Art Nouveau, a movement which owed much of its earliest inspiration to the original genius of Crane.

Browse by color:
Eucalyptus Aesthetic Green
Indigo Ashes of Rose
Though every effort has been made, photographs cannot accurately recreate the effects of metallic inks and flat oil pigments. Samples are available to assist in color matching.