Wallpaper Wednesday! Cole & Son Piccadilly Wallpaper

Our weekly wallpaper blog series continues! For this post, we’ve asked Tuck team member Ellen to weigh in on her favorite wallpaper and we certainly agree with her choice. This paper collection, from Cole & Son, comes in 4 colour ways and is often mistaken for tile with intricate details and motifs. In 4 classic colours: blues, turquoises, yellows and black, the Cole & Son Piccadilly Wallpapers are perfect for any home! 

We’ve featured this wallpaper both in store (Tuck Fall 2018) and through Tuck Interiors. The intricate pattern perfectly mimics traditional tiles, perfect for any home. What’s difficult to see on a screen is in the black/ white, blue/ white, and green colour ways feature small metallic gold details, just visible when the lights hits the paper just right. We highly recommend visiting Tuck to see samples in person. 

Cole & Son Piccadilly 94/8045, $246.60/ roll

We used Cole & Son Piccadilly wallpaper in Mark Leger & Janet Scott’s washroom, part of the main floor makeover of their historic home in Saint John. It looks excellent paired with an EQ3 Spy Mirror ($179.99) and Mitzi Paige Vanity Sconce ($529), all from Tuck



From Cole & Son’s Albemarle Collection of wallpapers

Embrace romanticism with Albemarle, a sumptuous collection of damask prints named after an infamous bohemian London private members club opened in 1874, the collection evokes the glamorous and poetic era of the 18th & 19th centuries. Each of the nine designs references a cultural icon or gem of the time.

Cole & Son Piccadilly 94/8044

Price: $246.60/ roll

Roll Specs
Length: 33′
Width: 20.9″

Match: Straight
Repeat: 20.9

Find out how many rolls you need using this online wallpaper calculator


About Cole & Son

Cole & Son has been creating original and exceptional wallcoverings since 1875. Founded by John Perry, Cole & Son was first established in the borough of Islington in North London, an area renowned for its artisanal production and hand block printing.

Today, the Cole & Son archive is a beautiful and inspiring chronicle of artistic styles and expressions spanning the 18th Century to modern day. Amongst these are some of the most important historic wallpaper designs in the world. With a passion and commitment for design excellence, the in-house design studio continues to create beautifully detailed wallcoverings and fabrics; combining colour and pattern to create unique, distinctive and inviting interiors.


What do you think of Ellen’s wallpaper choice? Do you have a favorite colour from the collection or maybe you have an idea of where it could go in your home? Share this post on Facebook and let us know what you think. Remember to tag @tuckstudio when you share so we don’t miss it.

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