By Connie Osborne Thursday 10 October 2013 Updated: 11/10 09:51
AN ALCESTER business is enjoying wall-to-wall fame after featuring in two prime time television series.
High Street-based The Chameleon Collection's wallpapers are being screened in BBC2’s Peaky Blinders and Breathless on ITV.
Owner Andy Mills was sent fragments of wallpaper from the 1920s by the production company behind Peaky Blinders and then recreated the pattern and colours to produce a trio of different wallpapers for its various sets.
Some of the company’s existing designs were also selected for the 1960s medical drama Breathless, which follows the trials and tribulations of a group of doctors and nurses.
And it is not the first time Andy's papers have appeared on the small and big screen. Eastenders, Emmerdale, Hollyoaks as well as a James Bond movie and Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, have all featured the prints.
Mr Mills said: "One of the undoubted strengths of the Chameleon Collection is that we can replicate the design and colour of any wallpaper or provide the level of authenticity that our clients want through our own collection of bespoke designs for both wall coverings and fabrics.
"Whilst it's always nice to see your products displayed in this way, it’s equally rewarding when a retail customer finds exactly what they are looking for to use in their own home."
For more information visit the Fat Cat's Café and Lady B's vintage emporium on the High Street.
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