25 beautiful postcards celebrating the history and originality of wallpaper found in British country houses.
Drawn from the National Trust's unique collections, the designs range from the early 16th-century floral patterns at Lanhydrock to 19th-century Chinese wallpaper at Belton House.
This collection includes wallpaper designs by famous artists such as William Morris, as well as other anonymous gems.
The National Trust is one of the world's leading conservation organisations dedicated to preserving Britain's landscape. From ancient forests to historic houses and gardens, the Trust looks after more than a quarter of a million hectares of land, including over 770 miles of coastline and thousands of archaeological monuments across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.