This beautifully colored wallpaper print “Notting Hill” was inspired from a vintage fabric document. Often, antique fabrics had many birds within floral patterns as they were popular in historic times and had various symbolic meanings. Birds often represented freedom, energy and beauty. In Feng Shui birds can be symbols of new opportunities, love and commitment and the peacock was considered to be a symbol of abundance and good luck.
Peonies flow throughout the wallpaper design as they can bring the beauty of the garden indoors. Peonies in Western Mythology were known to have healing powers. In Victorian times, the Peony was a symbol of love and commitment and was often the chosen flower for weddings. Today, the peony is the 12th wedding anniversary flower. They bloom in the spring, representing fertility, beauty and peace. Of course, this wallpaper design freshens up any space with these fresh coral, salmon and lime green hues. Flowers are all the rage in home and fashion prints. The Notting Hill design is colored in a fresh color palette and can be found in the Jaima Brown Home Notting Hill Collection. The collection was named after the original antique fabric.