We collaborated with leading interior designers Maddux Creative to breathe new life into our showroom and create optimal spaces to display our exquisite handmade wallpapers. We’re delighted with the results and hope you can visit sometime soon.
Having debuted at Deco Off a couple of months ago, our much lauded Bruyère in weld colourway is showcased together with a cabinet by Justin van Breda. Eloquently staging its own mid 20th Century style revival, we once again aim to redefine the panoramic aesthetic with this bold, dramatic hand-painted wallcovering inspired by the phenomenal tapestries of Jean Lurçat. Bruyère blends the abstract and the figurative in its rich and multi-dimensional detail, creating a luxuriously abundant scenic.
Lending an exotic feel, Shimla is an interpretation of 19th Century French scenics, offering an idealistic view of India’s tropical landscapes, rendered as a hand-tinted engraving. The Tiki chairs are upholstered in a custom fabric designed by our good selves and the rug is courtesy of The Rug Company.
Our ever-popular mountainscape Rockface appears in an eye-catching new colourway, printed with hand-finishing.
True to very early 18th Century chinoiseries, our bold, whimsical Folly is hand-painted and embroidered in an astonishing custom colourway. Thanks to George Smith for the sofa and armchair.
Best and Lloyd display their latest collections of handcrafted lighting. Our textured, hand-painted wallcovering Paille appears to the right, recreating the lighting effects on the straw marquetry walls by Jean Michel Frank.
Watch out for the stunning, limited edition, fully embroidered custom paradiso chinoiserie in custom sapphire colourway. The enclave is surrounded by our shimmering, textured Travertine design, hand-painted in Epsilon colourway. The desk is courtesy of Solomon and Wu.
In two sessions at 11am and 3pm, our Head Artist from China will showcase the intricate skills used to paint wallpaper.
Discover what sets handmade products apart and acquire your very own Oriental-inspired artwork.
Our Framed Fragments Sale is taking place at 28 Kimberley Court, Kimberley Road, London NW6 7SL from 10am to 6pm.
As part of this year’s London Design Festival, we’re hosting an open studios event to demonstrate the high level of craftsmanship applied to create our wallpapers, taking place on Monday 19 September at our showroom in the Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour.
In two sessions at 11am and 3pm, our Head Artist from China will showcase intricate skills, painting an eiderdown by hand in a free-flowing unconscious style.
All attendees will be entered into a free prize draw to win this signature piece, worth over £6000.
Discover what sets handmade products apart and how ancient skills are used to produce interiors of exceptional beauty.
We look forward to welcoming you.
kintsugi celebrates the beauty of the japanese art of repairing broken ceramics with gold-laden lacquer. this collaged wallpaper is part printed, part hand-lacquered.
Our wallcoverings were chosen to decorate the sales office of the Mandarin Oriental residences in Bangkok under the direction of Joyce Wang Studios. Prunus in bitumen with embroidery adorns the bedroom and a faux silk interpretation of sylvaner chinoiserie in gunpowder is displayed in the powder room. For the main office, we created a map of Bangkok artwork with raised paint enhancements. Our Ukiyo-e velvet fabric in blue storm can be spotted on the coffee table.
Working with HBA Singapore, our wallcoverings were selected to adorn public spaces for the Ritz Carlton in Macau to evoke a French, deco style. A custom design of caisson in standard fontana colourway is perfectly suited for an elegant minimal decor inside panelling of their club lounge. Scenic magnolia in shell pink was chosen for the wedding atelier and chinon in clark for their pre-function space.
Interior designer Daria Mayer chose our prunus blossom tree scenic wallpaper in custom samui on a cardigan silk background to decorate the living room of this home in St Petersburg. Daria commissioned her painter to continue the design onto the ceiling and the heater panel, adopting the same style for the whole space.
We’re very excited to announce we’re opening a showroom at the Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour on Sunday 20 September.
Our beautiful wallpapers and fabrics will be showcased alongside a selection of fine fabrics, furnishings and finishes from our partners including Dessin Fournir, LINK Outdoor, Vanners, Studio E and Solomon & Wu.
Our showroom is located at Unit 3.21, on the third floor of the centre dome. We look forward to welcoming you.
As part of Focus/15, we’re hosting a workshop together with Vanners entitled ‘Creating Custom Colourways for your Walls and Furnishings’ at 11am on Tuesday 22 September. Attendees will learn how to draw on techniques used by both companies to create unique colour ways for wallpapers and fabrics. Reserve your place here.
Our Creative Director Tim Butcher (above) and Vanners’ designer Ottilie Stephenson (below) are hosting the workshop.
We’re hosting a one-off sample sale of our handmade wallpapers during LDF on Thursday 24 September at our new Queens Park showflat.
The sale provides an exclusive opportunity to purchase our signature hand-painted and hand-embroidered designs at significantly discounted prices. Framable samples pieces to single panels and complete roomsets will be on sale from £50 – 1000.
Opening in September, our new showflat Queens Park is a treasure trove of beautiful furniture, fabrics and wallpaper decorated in Fromental’s bold distinctive style.
Date: Thursday 24 September
Time: 10am – 9pm
Venue: Our show flat at 28 Kimberley Road, Queens Park, London NW6 7SG.
Looking forward to seeing you