Check out some of our posts and stories on objects and collectibles from our rich collection of decorative art & antiques, the inspiration behind our wallpapers and information on new product drops, featured items and upcoming events.

More Tea, Vicar?

The commercial activity of tea making and the cultural practice of tea drinking both have a deep connection to Brillig & Borogove’s brand ethos and identity.

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Tulip Fever

Our "Bollongier" wallpaper print part of the floral collection is named after the famous famous Dutch still life artist Hans Gillisz. Bollongier (1600 - 1645), this wallpaper print features hand-painted specimens of...

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Porcelain & Pompadour

Before there was Regency, there was “Rococo”. Rococo began in France sometime around 1730 as a reaction against the more formal Louis XIV style.

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