About Us

Our History

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

With a passion for historic designs and their heritage, a unique archive of period wallpaper fragments evolved, discovered as a result of restoration work from across the world.

It is these historic papers that form the basis of Hamilton Weston’s wallpaper collections today.

Our Clients

We are especially proud to have worked on many prestigious in-house discoveries and Museum commissions including Museum of The Home (formerly The Geffrye Museum) Kensington Palace, 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 television releases include Bridgerton (Netflix), The Gilded Age (HBO) and Life After Life (BBC) to name a few.


Our Artists & Printmakers

Since 2004 we have been supplying bespoke wallpapers by Artist and Printmaker Marthe Armitage, a collaboration which we are proud to be associated with.

In 2020 we launched the first collection by the talented Artist and Decorative Painter Flora Roberts. Flora’s wallpapers combine her interest in murals & textiles, atmospheric textures & patterns. A second collection launched in Spring 2022. 

Spring 2021 saw a brand new collaboration for Hamilton Weston with the renowned British Interior Designer Adam Bray.

May 2022 sees the very first series of wallpapers from illustrator Alice Pattullo