About Us


Hamilton Weston Wallpapers was established in 1981 by interior designer Georgina Hamilton and architectural historian Robert Weston.

With an enthusiasm for historical designs and their heritage, our unique archive has formed the basis of our own wallpaper collection for over thirty-five years.

We are especially proud to have worked on many prestigious in-house discoveries and Museum commissions including Turner’s House Museum at Sandycombe Lodge in East Twickenham, Jane Austen’s House Museum in Chawton Nr. Alton Hampshire, Cardigan Castle in Wales and Uppark House and Garden in Sussex.

Designs have appeared in an array of films and TV productions: among the most recent film releases include The Darkest Hour, Mary Poppins Returns, The Good Liar, and Red Joan, to name a few.

Our experience and passion for classic design continues today, faithfully recreating wallpapers from original fragments discovered often as a result of restoration work and found from across the world.

Not only do we look to the past for inspiration, but to contemporary craftspeople too.

Since 2004 we have been supplying bespoke wallpapers by Artist and Printmaker Marthe Armitage, a collaboration which continues to be a Worldwide success.

Looking forward, a brand new wallpaper collection by Artist and Decorative Painter Flora Roberts is to be launched exclusively at Hamilton Weston Wallpapers in 2020.

We are pleased to be able to offer all of our Clients a bespoke design and custom colour service. We can also create contemporary designs from Clients artefacts and discoveries.

All of our wallpapers are printed in the UK using a variety of methods and technology on high-grade papers to achieve the very finest results.