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They stain, crease, become mouldy and above all go out of fashion. Historic examples usually only exist in archives, although thankfully exquisite block-printed and hand-finished Chinese wallpapers have survived in historic homes. Chinoiserie was popular in the stately homes of England, such as the one seen here at National Trust property, Ightham Mote Credit: Alamy.
In the past, walls were decorated in some fashion, usually by painting directly upon the plaster. Later, tapestries, silk and paneling took the place of this fresco work and in the homes of the wealthy, giving a beautiful decorative background for the architectural finish and detail of the other furnishings. Cottages and smaller homes in the early Victorian era were ordinarily plain plaster. Machine made paper arose in the 19th century, with the more exquisite patterns featuring designs by Walter Crane and William Morris. Walter Crane was one of the most important designers of the Arts and Crafts movement.