hand-painted chinoiserie. some places it could have come from are deGournay, Fromental or Gracie. i have some in my dining room from Fromental and would not recommend going through them because their customer service was horrible.
Dining Room: wainscoting, chinoiserie paper, oval table
I love the chinoiserie wall paper with the Mid-Century Danish looking chairs.
Chinoiserie wallpaper: landscapes with delicate flowers and birds.
Chinoiserie wallpaper in the 17th century has its origins in the Chinese silk wall coverings designed for nobility during the Ming dynasty. This style became popular with European designers during the 1600s, who used
The chinoiserie wallpaper is in stark contrast with the simple (nearly Shaker) lines of the furniture. Without it, this room would seem unfinished. More:The Easiest Room to Decorate: The Dining Room11 Vibrant and Colorful Dining RoomsDesign Talk: Eclectic vs. Collected