Select a colour to add to sample cart FORTUNEI IMPERIALIS

A 3 drop-panoramic with a floral design digitally printed on a herringbone motif. The herringbone design is based on the Sycamore herringbone.




Seamless Joins

Light Resistant

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Product Specifications



Paulownia, The Imperial Tree

Opulent marquetry designs craft from exquisite wood.

The Paulownia tree, originally known as Kiri, was initially discovered in Japan. It made its way to Europe in 1835 through the efforts of Philipp Franz von Siebold, a renowned collector of Japanese plants. In recognition of Imperial Grand Duchess Anne Pavlovna's contribution to botany, von Siebold bestowed the tree with a new name, Paulownia.

The Imperialis collection presents a wide array of opulent marquetry designs crafted from this exquisite wood.

In various art deco patterns, the wood veneer is delicately placed against a gilded backdrop.

The wood is also used in its purest form to showcase the elegance of uncomplicated geometries.


286 g/m²


Wood veneer

Pattern Repeat Size Panoramic design of 3 drops. Total dimension 2.61 x 3 cm
Environmental Info

The materials contained in these wallcoverings are naturally occurring and renewable resources harvested from farms and coloured with water-based inks.

Fire Rating

Tested in accordance with AS ISO 9705 2003 for the purpose of determining the Group Number classification as required by the Building Code of
Australia for the control of fire spread on interior wall and ceiling linings.

The result achieved was:
Classification - Group 2
Specific Extinction - Less than 250m²/kg


2-year warranty. Visit for complete details.

Lead Time

• 2-weeks (approx.) from Wednesday, subject to stock availability.

• Additional 1-week for Western Australia.

• Express delivery is available subject to a surcharge. Contact Baresque for details and pricing.

Suggested Installation

Non-reverse hang / 3 drops / overlap and double cut.

Baresque recommend and supply Romans brand adhesives and primers.

Care Instructions

Natural wallcoverings should be handled with care, as they are not stain repellent treated.

Remove liquid stains immediately using a clean, white, soft, dry cloth tapping on the wallcovering lightly.

Use a vacuum cleaner to lightly remove any dust that may have collected.

Cleaning with water or detergent is not recommended.

Always test in an inconspicuous area first. If care instructions don't deliver the expected results, cease cleaning method immediately and contact Baresque for assistance.

Additional Comments

The marqueteries in this collection are made of genuine wood veneer. The typical wood structure, with its grains, irregularities and dots, is clearly visible, and is part of the charm and unique character of this wallcovering.

Delicate wallcovering. Never allow glue nor water to get on front of the wallcovering.