Silk Route - Charbagh

Originating in Persia, this charming style of gardens also known as paradise gardens spread from Morocco across Central Asia and to India through the Mughals. The Charbagh series of wallcoverings feature delicate florals within architectural elements such as latticed jaalis and chevrons that typically decorated pillars and walls inside the Charbaghs. Bagh means garden and this is a collection of gardens in bloom

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Silk Route - Palmyra

Along the grand Silk Road lay varied and often difficult terrain that included high mountains and unending vast deserts, dotted with an occasional verdant oasis that must have felt like paradise. The Palmyra collection named after the oasis city in the Syrian Desert, features a mix of spectacular foliage, date palms, outsized birds, and luscious fruits and flowers in a style that evokes a desert paradise

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Silk Route - Xanadu

North of the Great Wall of China was Xanadu, the legendary summer capital of emperor Kublai Khan, grandson of Genghis Khan - the greatest conqueror along the Silk Route. Fantasy of the Orient is the inspiration behind this whimsical collection that evokes travel and adventure though the scenic charm of multitiered pagodas and sailboats under an august moon, elephants on a moonlit promenade, giant lilies along with delicate peonies and exotic birds of paradise

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