lincrusta


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lincrusta

(lɪnˈkrʌstə)
n
a wallpaper having a hard embossed surface
[C19: from Latin linum flax + crusta rind]
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QI HAVE a wall papered with Lincrusta but the plaster is flaking and bringing the paper off, leaving holes.
Inside the hallway features a Victorian plaster archway, stained and leaded glass door to the back and Lincrusta wallpaper up to the dado rail.
A most grand entrance hall inset with a stunning spindle balustrade staircase with newel posts and lincrusta walls has double doors that open onto a wide and private lawned front garden.
As it stands, Plas Eyton has an impressive reception hall with moulded ceiling and Lincrusta panelling which leads to a drawing room with French windows giving out onto the garden.
The kitchen still had Victorian Lincrusta wallpaper, but the rest of the wallpaper and paint colours were horrific.
Textured wallpaper, like Anaglypta and Lincrusta, is very thick and forms a patterned finish, ready for painting.
Check out traditional Anaglypta Superdurable, luxury vinyl and fine vinyl, Lincrusta, and the new Cranberry and Laine embossed collection.
Product lines include the Imperial, Katzenbach & Warren, Albert Van Luit, Sterling Prints, Imperial Fine Interiors, Sunworthy, Colorfields, Anaglypta and Lincrusta brand names.
It has been listed for the intactness and good quality of the 1920s decorative scheme, particularly the lincrusta work in the lounge.
I've also replaced the original Lincrusta wallpaper, the frieze in the main front room and reinstated dado rails.
FOR a property that was once full of red and blue flowery carpets, dark wood panelling and thick Lincrusta wallpaper, Jen Bernard's 1920s home in Gosforth has been well and truly blitzed.
Inside the house, the 30ft hall has Lincrusta wallpaper designed to look like oak panelling and an elegant staircase leading to the first floor.