Opening up the Chinese wallpaper collection

Ever wondered what is kept in the stores at the Royal Pavilion? Our paper conservator Amy Junker Heslip looks forward to opening up our Chinese wallpaper collection. The Prince Regent, the creator of the Royal Pavilion, used Chinese wallpapers in … Continued

The Royal Pavilion: Strolls in exotic gardens

It is worth having a closer look at the glorious Chinese export wallpaper that was painstakingly removed from the Royal Pavilion’s Saloon by experts Allyson and Andrew McDermott last November. The six large panels are a remarkable survival from the … Continued

Colour in the Royal Pavilion

Why were the original interiors of the Royal Pavilion so brightly coloured? Clear tints of primary colours were in vogue in the early 19th century. The fashion for this colourful palette distinguished the Regency period from the pale neo-classical decorations favoured by … Continued



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