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Formal Rome shows an Italian rather than an English garden plan. This elegant oval pattern from the Annie Sloan with the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Decoupage Paper uses an engraved plan for a parterre, from Giovanni Baptista Ferrari (1584-1655): “De florum cultura”. Rome: 1633. A parterre is an elaborate type of garden consisting of plant beds separated and connected by paths. Parterres feature ornate clipped box hedges swirling around pathways in mirrored or geometric patterns, often decorated further with statues. This design has been printed to match Chalk Paint® in Tilton. Click here for more information on how to use Decoupage Papers.
® The Royal Horticultural Society. The Royal Horticultural Society, and its logo, are trade marks of The Royal Horticultural Society (Registered Charity No 222879/SC038262) and used under licence from RHS Enterprises Limited.
All the papers from the Annie Sloan with Royal Horticultural Society collaboration including the geometric designs and the flora and fauna have been printed on dyed tissue papers. They have been designed to work best with Chalk Paint® and Annie Sloan Image Medium.
Pack contains 2 x Decoupage papers. 30 gsm/ 11 lbs (US paper weight).
Each pack contains two 700mm x 480mm papers.
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