A new book, compiled by Brian D. Coleman, celebrates Zuber’s iconic scenic wallpapers.

Since 1791, Zuber & Cie – a renowned French wallpaper and fabric manufacturere – has been making a scene in many of the most beautiful homes in the world. In his new book Zuber, Two Centuries of Panoramic Wallpaper (Gibbs-Smith, $75), author Brian D. Coleman reveals a reverence for history and an adoration for scenic Zuber wallpapers that are made with the same paint formulas, antique woodblocks and processes today as they were centuries ago.

More than 300 photos showcase spectacular interiors enlivened by expansive portrayals of lush flora and fauna, dynamic architectural details and settings from the histories of locales worldwide. Naturally, there is a castle and chateau in the mix, but the inclusion of contemporary townhomes and a chic modern apartment proves that panoramic papers have a place in all kinds of homes, perhaps even yours.

Get the Look

Wall-fabulous, wallet-friendly murals are your for the hanging.

Judarn mural, $298, Anthropologie, SLC.

The Wild Sonoma Coast, $305, Minted.

Landscape mural wallpaper, $349, West Elm.

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