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Cole & Son 'Vista Mediterranea - Charcoal Sky' Wallpaper

A flight beyond the limits of the imagination lead Fornasetti to an enchanted, hypnotic Jerusalem. Multiple points of view overlap, with different architectural styles chasing each other in a continuous pattern. The precise black line of the buildings interprets a boundless imagination, creating an intriguing texture. The first dreamlike journey of this design took place on the 'Gerusalemme' wallpaper designed by Piero Fornasetti for the entrance hall of his Milan residence at the end of the 1940s. It was then later extended to trays, magazine racks, lamps, and pieces of furniture. A shining sun, peeking through the clouds, was added to the landscape in the early 90s, adding another fanciful element to this sprawling print.

A bright cerulean sky gives way to a deep tanzanite as the scene is taken from day to night, with the introduction of a lustred mica for this midnight palette bringing the most subtle details to the fore.

Vista Mediterranea is sold per panel; each roll contains one panel. When unrolling the wide-width paper there will be a clear indication of where each drop should be cut to create the two drops of the design.


Product code:  123/3012
Panel Dimensions: 140 cm x 3.5 m
Full Roll Dimensions: 70 cm x 7 m (WxL)
Pattern Repeat: 350 cm
Pattern Match: Straight Match

*This design is sold per panel, each roll contains one panel
*Please note that wallpaper cannot be returned

Use thiswallpaper calculator to work out how many rolls you will need.


Founded in 1875 by John Perry, Cole & Son’s wallpaper collections represent styles across the centuries and include some of the most historic wallpaper designs in the world.

Originally situated in a wallpaper mill in Islington, North London, today Cole & Son’s factory is in Haringey, just a few miles further north of the original site.

Cole & Son have provided wallpaper for countless historic houses and institutions including Buckingham Palace in London.