Wallpaper Weekly: Osborne & Little “Jangala Rose”

We’re starting a little weekly post, fondly titled “Wallpaper Weekly,” to be posted each Wednesday (not an alliteration accident!). Wallpaper Weekly will be another outlet for us to share our healthy (healthy?) obsession with wallcovering.  Here’s a great one to commence the series…

Manufacturer: Osborne & Little  /  Pattern: Jangala Rose

via Marie Claire, September 2011

via Living Etc, September 2011

 

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6 Responses to “Wallpaper Weekly: Osborne & Little “Jangala Rose””
  1. I have been trying to figure out what that paper is forever…actually heard it was discontinued…you have no idea how thrilled I am to see this post!!!! I share your love of wallpaper and actually do a weekly post on it as well. I had a quick look at your portfolio and love how you much paper I saw- so gorgeous. I’d love to feature your work on my blog sometime:)

    Thanks so much for this post- sooo happy to find it!!

  2. tiltonfenwick
    08.26.2011

    Hi Christine! Thank you!! We will certainly check out your wallpaper lovin’ blog then :) there are still three colorways still in print of O+L “Jangala Rose” (we just had them sent to our office this week!)

  3. Is one of the colourways the one shown in Christine D’Ornano’s home? I adore it!

  4. tiltonfenwick
    08.26.2011

    no…we were sad to discover this colorway has been discontinued. There is a more muted version in turquoise, gray and yellow: Pattern# W5100-05. We should petition they bring it back!

  5. Agreed!!!

  6. 08.31.2011

    My Tilton Fenwick Friends,

    Thank you for featuring our favorite Jangala Rose on your Wallpaper Weekly! We often turn to your site for inspiration and were so pleased that you featured Designers Guild at the 2011 Hamptons Showhouse.

    Duly noted for a revival of Jangala Rose!

    (By the way, you are seeing the new Fall 2011 collections on the FIRST day of presentations, you’ll be the first to see!)

    Best,

    J


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