Old House Journal spotlights Red Disk Studio Rose Bouquet wallpaper in their June Issue
Red Disk Studio’s new Rose Bouquet wallpaper was featured in June’s Issue of Old House Journal. The article, "Reproducing Historic Wallpapers," takes a look at companies who are now recreating period wall coverings using a variety of production techniques and working from old photographs or fragments sometimes as small as an inch in size.
Red Disk Studio’s Rose Bouquet was originally designed in the 1920’s by famed naturalist painter Charles E. Burchfield for the M.H. Birge & Sons wallpaper company. The design features an elegant array of lush roses, dendrobium orchids, cascading vines, and a halo of exotic palm leaves floating in an Art Deco color scheme. This is just the newest Burchfield design Red Disk Studio has reproduced as they have the sole rights to the artist's sketch book.