Matthew Williamson Durbar Wallpapers for Osborne and Little is part of their ongoing collaboration and this collection of wallpapers which was launched back in 2016 conjures up images and reflections of India with a vibrant, contemporary twist. Straight away this can be seen if you view the explosive use of colour in the design of Mughal Garden used to picture the design foliage in a Mughal Palace Garden, and if you look ever so closely you will find as in most of his works a tiger camouflaged peering through the scene. A special paper is the Jali Trellis Wallpaper design, a standard trellis design that is given a fresh update in stylish colours in the Mughal style this trellis is laid on metallic grounds for added effect. Menagerie is an eye-catching design, and the style has been repeated in more recent years across other brands but whatever, the colourful trailing blooms, exotic butterflies, birds of paradise and mischievous monkeys blend together to create an ornate fantastical pattern. Narissa, named after a breed of Indian Butterfly, is a design to create a talking point, the pattern is digitally printed and displays framed butterflies and Indian artefacts. All companion and co-ordinating designs are presented a collection of printed and embroidered fabrics of the same name, and with a toile and a couple of damasks also within this designer wallpaper collection, it has enough depth and variety to create wide appeal for this Matthew Williamson Wallpaper range, and all the patterns are printed on the easy-to-hang non-woven base.