Vintage flocked wallpaper is one of the most opulent and hedonistic of wallcovering, giving any room or accent wall a castle-like feel. It can create a distinctive Hollywood Regency vibe, an old Victorian boudoir feel, and can sometimes look like something straight out of Dark Shadows. Vintage flocked wallpaper patterns are typically equal parts classic traditional and totally mod. The concept of delicate flocking on your walls may seem a little odd, but the majority of vintage flocked wallpaper is designed to be very resilient and is hand-washable! Check out these rare vintage flocked wallpaper patterns!
Vintage metallic wallpaper adds a stunning design statement to any room or accent wall. Light and shadows dance across the reflective surfaces, creating a truly opulent visual experience. Many styles were made with a real foil coated paper that has a genuine mirror-like quality, while others use screen print inks that have shimmery metallic properties. Check out these rare vintage metallic wallpaper patterns from the early 1970's.
We recently found five matched unused rolls of Thomas Strahan vinyl mid-century wallpaper. Each roll is bigger than a modern double roll, measuring 70 square feet. There is a grand total of 350 square feet, which is actually enough to start and finish a significant project. The unpasted vinyl-acrylic wallcovering has a subtle floral & dot pattern on an ultra-mellow harvest gold background. This high-quality vintage wallpaper is screen printed, giving it a hand-finished quality, and you can see the little imperfections and the raised ink on close inspection. The wallpaper is in excellent condition with no spotting or discoloration from age. Four rolls are still in their original plastic. We opened one roll to see the full pattern and inspect the quality, but it is unused and uncut. Rolls measure 20.5 inches in length.