Several shots at a factory in Perivale show wallpaper being made; a woman uses a routing machine to etch a design onto a block of sycamore wood; a man uses the block for hand-printing a roll of wallpaper. Some long sheets of garish red and gold wallpaper hang on high loops to dry.
Another man is seen mixing paint by hand in buckets to match sheets of groovy late ’60s wallpaper that hang behind him.
In the factory we see a piece of machinery that prints surface colours on rolls of wallpaper; a man pours paint onto the rollers.
Several shots of finished printed paper coming off rollers and hanging from loops to dry. Fabulous shot of a woman in a living room, furnished with wallpaper and matching curtains in the design we have just seen; she sits down and flicks through a magazine, looking up to admire her lovely curtains.