Sort By:

Colonia Leather

Wallpapers made of leather (Peaux d'Espagne, Guadamiciles) were a popular wall ornament in the Baroque period, mostly made of thin calfskin, goat or sheepskin with painting, as well as silvered and gilded elements. They were found mainly in the dwellings of the nobility and patriciate. Leather wallpaper probably originated in Andalusia and North Africa as a Moorish invention, before they became common in Spain and France in today's Germany.

Colonia Leather