Introducing the Walton Collection
The wallpaper features famous characters from The World of Beatrix Potter. With his friends, Peter Rabbit™ stars amongst a floral design that once again reinvents the ever-timeless Chinoiserie style. Fromental's stunning wallpaper complements Dragons' new collection that is available from September 23rd, 2021.
The Walton Collection is inspired by a Swedish/Scandinavian style, revisited to fit perfectly into modern interiors. The exquisitely chosen details are the work of craftsmanship with its wild rose carved above each foot and the pearls that outline the contours of each piece of furniture, symbolise sweetness and refinement.
The Walton Nursery Set
The collection consists of a crib - which can transform into a day bed - along with a chest of drawers that can host a changer on top. For the utilitarian mum, a more accessible changing unit is a brilliant alternative, and a slim-lined wardrobe completes the essential nursery interior.
Visit our showroom or find more info and images of the Walton Nursery Set here.
About Peter Rabbit™ and Beatrix Potter
The Tale of Peter Rabbit is one of the world’s best-loved children’s books and was created by author and illustrator, Beatrix Potter in 1902. The story has never been out of print since it was first published by Frederick Warne & Co. (today an imprint of Penguin Random House) and has sold in excess of 45 million copies globally. Today over 2 million of her ‘little books’ are sold globally every year, whilst Peter Rabbit has appeared on books and merchandise in more than 110 countries throughout the world. Penguin Random House Children’s is committed to growing and protecting The Peter Rabbit™ brand. The World of Beatrix Potter™, one of the world’s largest literature-based licensing programmes, is managed in-house by Penguin Ventures.
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At the start of September, we launched a new campaign to celebrate children and capture their playtime. The campaign, named #MYTURN, focuses on children's creativity, artistic value, and the importance of providing them with an environment where they can express themselves without limits.