Royal Pavilion, Brighton: King's Apartment Dragon Wallpaper Artisan Art Notebook (Flame Tree Journals)
Created by Flame Tree Studio
Artisan Art Notebooks, the new Journals from Flame Tree in a range of hues to suit the moment and featuring magnificent art. They’re hand crafted with decorated edges overflowing with petals, teasing vines and patterns. A unique blend of the practical and beautiful, with two ribbons and lined pages, the Artisan Art Notebooks are perfect for notes, creative writing, poetry, doodles and lists. And, with robust flexi covers, they’re easy to slip into your bag and a pleasure to use. Simply, they feel good!
The Royal Pavilion, Brighton, was constructed as the seaside pleasure palace of King George IV. The King’s apartments were moved to the ground floor during John Nash’s transformation of the residence, designed with comfort in mind. There are familiar international influences – Indian, Chinese, French – and some wonderful pieces of Regency furniture. The walls are covered with a hand-painted copy of decorator Robert Jones’ original printed wallpaper. This was one of the King’s favourite designs, featuring dragons, birds and flowers in an intricate pattern.
Notebook / blank book, Decorated edges, bookmarks, embossed PU leather cover, 176 pages
Series: Artisan Art Notebooks
Dimensions: 210 x 150 x 13 mm