We're Bradbury & Bradbury Art Wallpapers; the premier resource for those seeking to create a vintage atmosphere in their historic homes. We specialize in 19th and 20th century wallpapers, reproducing historic patterns and also reinterpreting them with alternate colorings to offer our clients as many choices as possible.
When Bruce Bradbury started the company back in 1979, those who wanted to recreate the fanciful interiors from the last quarter of the 19th century had little, if any, choice. In response, Bruce created the now-legendary line of roomsets that has set the standard for Victorian interiors for over two decades, simultaneously inspiring the rebirth of the art wallpaper industry and helping to make color and pattern fashionable once again.
As interest in the restoration of houses of a more recent vintage has grown, we've moved forward into the Arts and Crafts, Art Deco and Mid-Century Modern eras, and have actively expanded our line to include several new collections that focus on these periods.
Whether it's an 1880s Italianate or a 1950s split-level, we have the papers to recreate the interior in all of its glory!
Bradbury papers are not just for residential use. Although we sell to the homeowner directly, professional designers and architects turn to us when they need beautiful, authentic wall-coverings for their larger scale projects. As a result you'll see our work adorning countless hotels, restaurants, museum installations and even film sets.
Our Arts & Crafts II collection of friezes is inspired by the beauty of our natural surroundings. These designs live in harmony with the hand-crafted natural woodwork and stonework featured in Arts & Crafts architecture. Our "Lands End" frieze features a grove of iconic towering Cypress trees framing an endless Pacific vista. Also available as an art poster. Samples available at www.bradbury.com.
Our 1920s Vintage Wallpaper collection offers faithful reproductions of vintage wallpapers that we've gathered over the years. Each offers a wonderful glimpse into the truly original styles and colors of the period.
Samples available at www.bradbury.com