Discontinued York Wallpaper

I'm looking for York wallpaper, pattern # EG1221.


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February 12, 20190 found this helpful

I would contact York here: www.yorkwall.com/ If they cant help you put an alert on eBay and Amazon.

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February 12, 20190 found this helpful


You can contact the following distributors:

Contact a York Distributor:

Crown Wallcoverings

88 Ronson Drive

Etobicoke, Ontario M9W 1B9



They should be able to get you the wallpaper pattern you would like to buy :)



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February 12, 20190 found this helpful

go to the website yorkwall.com and you can also go to other sites to if that doesn't work out

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February 13, 20190 found this helpful

Hello--is this the pattern you are looking for:



I see it is out of stock and not available in the US. Are you in the US? It may be more challenge to find if you are.

Three suggestions to help you:

One is you can set up a Google alert, then if the paper comes up in an auction or for sale you would get an email. These are great for want lists!

Here is a how to do this if you haven't done one before:


Two is keep checking back to all of the websites out there that sell wallpaper, eBay, Etsy, Amazon are just a few. Then you get the new things like Facebook marketplace and such that get odd things, so check there often. Don't discount looking at your local Habitat for Humanity ReStore or Goodwill or any thrift store. My Goodwill always has tons of old wallpaper.

Third is this pattern is very pretty and looks pretty easy to replicate. In some towns there are painters (house or artists) who are able to replicate wallpaper patterns to fill in missing spaces. I don't know all of the laws about it...they don't seem to think it is a copyright violation (like it is if you tried to walk into a print shop with a swatch of wallpaper and ask them to print you up some. That is a HUGE copyright violation and both you and the print shop could get in trouble if the company found out.)


Contact a few reputable painters in your town and ask. They may refer you to your artist (painter). Post back if how things go for you!

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