321 Asian Wallpaper
Because of the surface area it consumes, wallpaper packs a big punch. A wall covering is one of the easiest — and most inexpensive — ways to add color, art and design to your living room or bedroom. With a variety of colors, textures and asian patterns available, wall treatments can add depth, dimension and personality to your space, and it is often a do-it-yourself weekend project. If you're currently trying to decide between grasscloth, fabric or paper and patterned, textured or plaster wallpapers, here is what you should consider. More
One of Schumacher's best-loved designs, Chiang Mai Dragon was originally derived from an exuberant 1920's Art Deco era block print.
This beautiful Thai Buddha inspired textured decorative wallpaper by Bijou Coverings can transform a room quickly and easily. In today's world, wallpaper is the hip new approach to cover your walls, a way to express your individuality and personal taste. You can wallpaper all four walls or just...
This Gondola wallpaper by Cole & Son for Lee Jofa is priced and sold by the 11 yard roll. It is 21" wide with a 25" vertical repeat. One roll will cover 57.75 Square Feet or 5.37 Square Meters and is from the United Kingdom.
If your walls could talk, they'd perhaps chirp with satisfaction over displaying such an idyllic scene. Constructed of prepasted, heavy-weight vinyl, this wallpaper brings an air of calm to your room with sprawling branches in bloom and showcasing the quaint silhouettes of birds in the trees.
This beautiful Thai inspired inspired textured decorative vinyl wallpaper by Bijou Coverings can transform a room quickly and easily. In today's world, wallpaper is the hip new approach to cover your walls, a way to express your individuality and personal taste. You can wallpaper all four walls or...
Paul Montgomery Studio's "Bamboo and Birds" hand-painted wallpaper is classic yet fun and would work in so many spaces. Interior designer William Eubanks used this in yellow in a stunning dining room that was featured in Veranda.
This cherry blossom wallcovering is a very elegant and upscale treatment. It's a commitment for sure, but it is an incredibly refined way to introduce florals into a scheme.
Paul Montgomery Studio's "Rose" hand-painted wallpaper can be customized with a vast selection of color choices. Wouldn't this be wonderful in a bedroom or dining room?
Paul Montgomery Studio's "Warrenton" hand-painted wallpaper is whimsical and elegant, reflecting the best in classic chinoiserie design.
This 26'x8' Chinoiserie mural was hand painted by Lena Fransioli and Brooke Sheldon. It is now available in the highest quality reproduction archival giclée wallpaper.
Wallpaper has made a huge comeback in recent years. And because it has so much physical presence in a room, it's an easy way to set your overall design style and tone. For example, if you are a big chinoiserie fan, you don't want to miss this Oiseaux et Fleurs wallpaper in porcelain.
Bengale Toile is another favorite from Manuel Canovas. For a bold look, paper the walls and use the coordinating fabric on the upholstery.
This bold design is a whimsical dream with Asian influence. People and dogs in colorful costumes, spotted leopards and pagodas plus scrolling branches bearing multicolored flowers; this is a statement making wallcovering.
What could be more elegant than a room done in this green, hand-painted, chinoiserie wallpaper? Imagine this in a dining room or bedroom.
Dress up walls with textured, paintable wallpaper called Wildacre. This pattern, Oriental is available at AmericanBlinds.com.
Envision this pair of framed Gracie Wallpaper Panels flanking a dining room sideboard, entryway console or bed.
Paul Montgomery Studio's "Fairington" hand-painted wallpaper was used by interior designer Michelle Nussbaumer in the incredible room she created for the Greystone Estate/Veranda show house.
The iconic Clarence House "Flowering Quince" wallpaper made famous in Domino magazine is a great favorite of interior designers.
I'm not quite sure if this paper looks Asian, English or French to me. Perhaps that's why it's so striking and intriguing.
Paul Montgomery Studio's "Meng Hui" hand-painted wallpaper is a personal favorite of mine. It would be utter perfection in a formal dining room.
An even grasscloth weave in a chic taupe color, creating a subtle intrigue in an exotic natural material for walls.
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