odern chinoiserie wallpaper (Shantung by F. Schumacher) and a coral geometric print (F. Schumacher) perk up this small guest bedroom. Grosgrain ribbon was put up to simulate crown molding. This room is featured in the new book "The Design Cookbook: Recipes for a Stylish Home" by Kelly Edwards. Photo
bedroom. The chinoiserie wallpaper feels fresh because of its two-color palette, which tends to translate as transitional in style. Grosgrain ribbon simulates crown molding.
The chinoiserie detail of this formal powder room is grounded in a neutral palatte that is both elegant and timeless with a antiqued silver leaf field and soft earthen-toned details. The visual contrast of the walnut floor and vanity lend interest and a striking counterpart to the overall feel of the
Chinoiserie Formal Powder Room
Gorgeous chinoiserie work on the walls lend to a formal yet organic space. The neutral palette lends itself to a very soft overall feel and keeps the look timeless. The dark walnut floor and vanity add a rich contrast and create a nice
yellow chinoiserie panels, zebra covered stools and some sort of eland*? No problem!*I don't know an eland from an ibex. I just thought this looked more exotic than a deer and I have no idea what it is. If you do, please educate me in the Comments section.