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Classic, timeless patterns closely connected to the carefree Lexington lifestyle are at
the heart of our brand. And now, that snug textile feel that makes a house into a home is translated onto the walls in this, our very first Lexington wallpaper collection. Our main source of inspiration has been a traveler’s handbook over New England dated in 1899, which we stumbled upon in a second-hand bookshop. Some of the patterns in the collection are direct interpretations of this historical journey through maps and magazine cutouts. All of the names pay tribute to the legendary writers of New England. And, true to our legacy, the prints have that tactile, fabric like surface reminiscent of
soft linen shirts and bath towels hanging to dry from a sun bleached porch. Welcome to our world! Welcome to our dream!

Lexington -1850

LOUISA Lexington Company started out making bed linen from shirt material. Louisa is a homage to the classic striped work shirt. The design is printed using an engraving technique and has a fabric-like texture that softens the shirt stripes and gives the room a warm, pleasant feel. Suitable for a living room by the sea or a bedroom or children’s room in the heart of town. It takes its name from American author Louisa May Alcott, who was known for her books for young people and wrote Little Women, among others (1832-1888).Show collection Lexington
$138.00

Lexington -1851

LOUISA Lexington Company started out making bed linen from shirt material. Louisa is a homage to the classic striped work shirt. The design is printed using an engraving technique and has a fabric-like texture that softens the shirt stripes and gives the room a warm, pleasant feel. Suitable for a living room by the sea or a bedroom or children’s room in the heart of town. It takes its name from American author Louisa May Alcott, who was known for her books for young people and wrote Little Women, among others (1832-1888).Show collection Lexington
$138.00

Lexington -1852

LOUISA Lexington Company started out making bed linen from shirt material. Louisa is a homage to the classic striped work shirt. The design is printed using an engraving technique and has a fabric-like texture that softens the shirt stripes and gives the room a warm, pleasant feel. Suitable for a living room by the sea or a bedroom or children’s room in the heart of town. It takes its name from American author Louisa May Alcott, who was known for her books for young people and wrote Little Women, among others (1832-1888).Show collection Lexington
$138.00

Lexington -1853

LOUISA Lexington Company started out making bed linen from shirt material. Louisa is a homage to the classic striped work shirt. The design is printed using an engraving technique and has a fabric-like texture that softens the shirt stripes and gives the room a warm, pleasant feel. Suitable for a living room by the sea or a bedroom or children’s room in the heart of town. It takes its name from American author Louisa May Alcott, who was known for her books for young people and wrote Little Women, among others (1832-1888).Show collection Lexington
$138.00

Lexington -1854

LOUISA Lexington Company started out making bed linen from shirt material. Louisa is a homage to the classic striped work shirt. The design is printed using an engraving technique and has a fabric-like texture that softens the shirt stripes and gives the room a warm, pleasant feel. Suitable for a living room by the sea or a bedroom or children’s room in the heart of town. It takes its name from American author Louisa May Alcott, who was known for her books for young people and wrote Little Women, among others (1832-1888).Show collection Lexington
$138.00

Lexington -1855

EMILY Emily for Lexington is inspired by a fragment of old Cretonne-patterned wallpaper found in a New England archive. Bold tree patterns with birds like these were popular in the USA in the late 1600s. Emily is printed using an old collograph printing technique, where the colors are printed over one another with no drying in between, making every metre unique. It is suitable for walls in both older and newly-built houses, for example, in the living room or kitchen. Emily is named after one of America’s foremost poets, Emily Dickinson, (1830-1886).Show collection Lexington
$138.00

Lexington -1856

EMILY Emily for Lexington is inspired by a fragment of old Cretonne-patterned wallpaper found in a New England archive. Bold tree patterns with birds like these were popular in the USA in the late 1600s. Emily is printed using an old collograph printing technique, where the colors are printed over one another with no drying in between, making every metre unique. It is suitable for walls in both older and newly-built houses, for example, in the living room or kitchen. Emily is named after one of America’s foremost poets, Emily Dickinson, (1830-1886).Show collection Lexington
$138.00

Lexington -1857

HERMAN Herman is a classic mussel pattern that is very contemporary. The design comes from a small detail in the Harriet medallion pattern that we liked so much we turned it into a whole new wallpaper. New England is known for its coastal towns and Herman’s shell motifs bring an attractive touch of the seaside to your home. Herman has a warm textile feel, created by the engraving technique used for printing. It is named after American author Herman Melville, who wrote Moby Dick, among others (1819-1891).Show collection Lexington
$138.00

Lexington -1858

HERMAN Herman is a classic mussel pattern that is very contemporary. The design comes from a small detail in the Harriet medallion pattern that we liked so much we turned it into a whole new wallpaper. New England is known for its coastal towns and Herman’s shell motifs bring an attractive touch of the seaside to your home. Herman has a warm textile feel, created by the engraving technique used for printing. It is named after American author Herman Melville, who wrote Moby Dick, among others (1819-1891).Show collection Lexington
$138.00

Lexington -1859

HERMAN Herman is a classic mussel pattern that is very contemporary. The design comes from a small detail in the Harriet medallion pattern that we liked so much we turned it into a whole new wallpaper. New England is known for its coastal towns and Herman’s shell motifs bring an attractive touch of the seaside to your home. Herman has a warm textile feel, created by the engraving technique used for printing. It is named after American author Herman Melville, who wrote Moby Dick, among others (1819-1891).Show collection Lexington
$138.00

Lexington -1860

HERMAN Herman is a classic mussel pattern that is very contemporary. The design comes from a small detail in the Harriet medallion pattern that we liked so much we turned it into a whole new wallpaper. New England is known for its coastal towns and Herman’s shell motifs bring an attractive touch of the seaside to your home. Herman has a warm textile feel, created by the engraving technique used for printing. It is named after American author Herman Melville, who wrote Moby Dick, among others (1819-1891).Show collection Lexington
$138.00

Lexington -1861

HERMAN Herman is a classic mussel pattern that is very contemporary. The design comes from a small detail in the Harriet medallion pattern that we liked so much we turned it into a whole new wallpaper. New England is known for its coastal towns and Herman’s shell motifs bring an attractive touch of the seaside to your home. Herman has a warm textile feel, created by the engraving technique used for printing. It is named after American author Herman Melville, who wrote Moby Dick, among others (1819-1891).Show collection Lexington
$138.00

Lexington -1862

HARRIET Harriet is a medallion wallpaper linked to New England’s European heritage and design tradition. Medallion patterns are among the most classic of designs and have been around as wallpaper since the first pioneers came to New England. Harriet is printed using an engraving technique that produces a textile feel, making the room cozy and homely. It takes its name from American author Harriet Beecher Stowe, who wrote Uncle Tom’s Cabin (1811-1886).Show collection Lexington
$138.00

Lexington -1863

HARRIET Harriet is a medallion wallpaper linked to New England’s European heritage and design tradition. Medallion patterns are among the most classic of designs and have been around as wallpaper since the first pioneers came to New England. Harriet is printed using an engraving technique that produces a textile feel, making the room cozy and homely. It takes its name from American author Harriet Beecher Stowe, who wrote Uncle Tom’s Cabin (1811-1886).Show collection Lexington
$138.00

Lexington -1864

HARRIET Harriet is a medallion wallpaper linked to New England’s European heritage and design tradition. Medallion patterns are among the most classic of designs and have been around as wallpaper since the first pioneers came to New England. Harriet is printed using an engraving technique that produces a textile feel, making the room cozy and homely. It takes its name from American author Harriet Beecher Stowe, who wrote Uncle Tom’s Cabin (1811-1886).Show collection Lexington
$138.00

Lexington -1865

HARRIET Harriet is a medallion wallpaper linked to New England’s European heritage and design tradition. Medallion patterns are among the most classic of designs and have been around as wallpaper since the first pioneers came to New England. Harriet is printed using an engraving technique that produces a textile feel, making the room cozy and homely. It takes its name from American author Harriet Beecher Stowe, who wrote Uncle Tom’s Cabin (1811-1886).Show collection Lexington
$138.00

Lexington -1866

HARRIET Harriet is a medallion wallpaper linked to New England’s European heritage and design tradition. Medallion patterns are among the most classic of designs and have been around as wallpaper since the first pioneers came to New England. Harriet is printed using an engraving technique that produces a textile feel, making the room cozy and homely. It takes its name from American author Harriet Beecher Stowe, who wrote Uncle Tom’s Cabin (1811-1886).Show collection Lexington
$138.00

Lexington -1867

EDITH Edith brings a warm, textile feel and a new dimension to a room. The surface is comparable to linen and matches the Louisa, Herman and Harriet designs. The design is printed using an engraving technique. It is named after American author and designer Edith Wharton, who wrote The Decoration of Houses, which helped shape the look of many New England homes (1862-1937).Show collection Lexington
$138.00

Lexington -1868

EDITH Edith brings a warm, textile feel and a new dimension to a room. The surface is comparable to linen and matches the Louisa, Herman and Harriet designs. The design is printed using an engraving technique. It is named after American author and designer Edith Wharton, who wrote The Decoration of Houses, which helped shape the look of many New England homes (1862-1937).Show collection Lexington
$138.00

Lexington -1869

EDITH Edith brings a warm, textile feel and a new dimension to a room. The surface is comparable to linen and matches the Louisa, Herman and Harriet designs. The design is printed using an engraving technique. It is named after American author and designer Edith Wharton, who wrote The Decoration of Houses, which helped shape the look of many New England homes (1862-1937).Show collection Lexington
$138.00

Lexington -1870

ARTHUR Arthur is our homage to New England’s many authors. The design is a graphic assortment of letters from an old-fashioned, slightly wonky, typewriter. Secret messages are hidden amidst the strings of letters and together they create engaging, finely-patterned walls. Arthur is perfectly suited to an office, a library or even a children’s room. The design is printed using an old collograph printing technique. It takes its name from American author Arthur Miller, who wrote Death of a Salesman. Arthur Miller was also married to Marilyn Monroe (1915 – 2005).Show collection Lexington
$138.00

Lexington -1871

ARTHUR Arthur is our homage to New England’s many authors. The design is a graphic assortment of letters from an old-fashioned, slightly wonky, typewriter. Secret messages are hidden amidst the strings of letters and together they create engaging, finely-patterned walls. Arthur is perfectly suited to an office, a library or even a children’s room. The design is printed using an old collograph printing technique. It takes its name from American author Arthur Miller, who wrote Death of a Salesman. Arthur Miller was also married to Marilyn Monroe (1915 – 2005).Show collection Lexington
$138.00

Lexington -1872

DAN Stripes form the basis of New England style and Lexington’s identity. This broad block stripe is classic, yet at the same time incredibly modern. Dan is printed using an old collograph printing technique and has a wonderful surface in both the light and dark colorways. It takes its name from American author Dan Brown, who wrote The Da Vinci Code, among others (1964- ).Show collection Lexington
$138.00

Lexington -1873

DAN Stripes form the basis of New England style and Lexington’s identity. This broad block stripe is classic, yet at the same time incredibly modern. Dan is printed using an old collograph printing technique and has a wonderful surface in both the light and dark colorways. It takes its name from American author Dan Brown, who wrote The Da Vinci Code, among others (1964- ).Show collection Lexington
$138.00

Lexington -1874

DAN Stripes form the basis of New England style and Lexington’s identity. This broad block stripe is classic, yet at the same time incredibly modern. Dan is printed using an old collograph printing technique and has a wonderful surface in both the light and dark colorways. It takes its name from American author Dan Brown, who wrote The Da Vinci Code, among others (1964- ).Show collection Lexington
$138.00
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