Founded in 2003, Wallpaper from the 70s began by reproducing authentic vintage pattern designs from the 1970s, using modern materials and meeting today's health standards.
It now also sells a wider range of wallpapers from European manufacturers such as Ferm Living, Majvillan, Rifle Paper and Versace, handpicking brands and styles that fit with its ethos of bold experimentation.
"Our name reflects our fascination with the golden age of wallpaper, a time when wallpaper manufacturers threw off the shackles of established designs and just went wild, exploring new patterns and bold colours," said Wallpaper from the 70s.
"However, our enthusiasm is not based on retro design alone. It incorporates our appreciation for the era's optimistic pioneering spirit and its belief in the future," the brand continued. "To us, this means always having the finger on the pulse of new trends and capturing the zeitgeist of the present."
Wallpaper from the 70s says that every wallpaper in its online store has been chosen by its small team of wallpaper specialists, who draw on their decades of experience.
"In a market flooded with tens of thousands of models, we pride ourselves on presenting to you only a bespoke and tasteful selection of the current trends, a concept that our discerning customers appreciate," said the brand. "This allows us to deliver your orders in one of two days, a speed unmatched by our competitors."
Styles available on the website include Ferm Living's playful yet minimal patterns Half Moon and Herringbone, and Wallpaper from the 70s' Pavonia design featuring a sea of colourful illustrated flowers.
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