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Very Sanderson at the Fashion Textiles Museum

A quintessentially English purveyor of countrified style, Sanderson has been dressing homes for 150 years. Established in 1860 by merchant Arthur Sanderson, the company flourished when popular designers—A. W. Pugin, C. F. A. Voysey and later Pat Albeck and Pablo Picasso—began creating prints for its wallpapers. Though the brand’s prior HQ is now better known as the Sanderson Hotel, Sanderson continues to produce printed wallpapers, textiles and furniture, and, thanks to the series of takeovers it made in the late 20s, owns a huge archive of original arts and crafts designs and printing blocks, many of which are still used today. From March 19 London’s Fashion Textile Museum delves into the company’s past and present glories.
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