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Spectacular wall paper and room. What a statement.
lot - I like that the colors really stand out
invented in 1785, that was used to print the paper. During this time 34 feet became the standard size for a roll of wallpaper, as decreed by King Louis XVI. Scenic, large-scale papers were very popular in France. Hand printed using several wood blocks, these papers are extremely expensive.
color and pattern. During this era artists translated pictorial depictions from tapestry design onto papers. Wallpaper became so common in England during this time that a tax was applied in 1712 on any paper that was painted, printed or stained to serve as hangings.The French were the most adventurous in
Dufner Heighes Inc
Lake Michigan House
Is that a Gracie paper?I can't see it in their catalog? Would love to know where it's from and in which colourway. Thank you.
High half wall and wall paper
Wall paper? Traditional, but not stuffy
silk wall coverings designed for nobility during the Ming dynasty. This style became popular with European designers during the 1600s, who used rice paper panels to depict landscapes with delicate flowers and birds. The simple furniture lines in this room complement the delicate nature of the chinoiserie
Above wainscotingIf you have a room with high wood wainscoting, consider papering the upper third of the wall. I like the bold mix here of a traditional wallpaper and Mid-Century table and chairs.
A. Rejeanne Interiors
A. Rejeanne Interiors Portfolio
Is that a paper on the walls or faux paint finish? If it's a paper, could you tell us what it is?
home depot, as the tiles do not come pre-pasted. They are not! easy to install You can damage the delicate shells edges. We cut the tiles with a giant paper cutter. It is best to place a soft clothe on the face of the tile with a 2 by 4 next to the cutting edge to prevent shell damage and chipping. Work
it is a pewter colored grass cloth paper-- maybe philip jefferies if i remember correctly
wall treatment is a grass cloth pewter paper
stand on both side of mirror
The mirror and the vases on the stand
there's no room for a side table but what about those stands? add plants?
The Couture Rooms
Layering textures is key to opulance
where can i get the tv stand?
Where is the wall paper from?
love the window fabric and wall paper for powder room
Mirror, blinds, standing lamp
wall paper...tv stand...like wall paper...tv stand
Wendi Young Design
Italian Style in Newport Coast, California
I love this room but the floor stand out so much please tell me about it and the ceiling. Thank you Pamela
It is a hand-painted paper by Gracie Papers available through designer showrooms in Los Angeles.
hand-painted paper by Gracie Papers available through designer showrooms in LA
Wallpaper Gracie Papers
floor and wall paper
paper by Gracie Studio
Wall paper...Wall paper mirror
Wall color makes furnt stand out
Wallpaper, millwork, rug and wall paper
Like this wall paper
Love the wall paper...Like wall paper...textured wall paper...Wall paper
valerie pasquiou interiors + design, inc
VP Interiors 2010
Is the purple wall area painted or wall paper or a painting or...?
such as one wallpapered wall." By the way, this wallpaper is called "Elysian Fields" and Valerie found it at Flavor Paper in nearby Brooklyn.
into a dramatic focal point. Tip: If you're using red with purple but want the red to really stand out, use a muted shade of purple. It won't compete with the red.
Here a striking floral paper is so potent that covering only a section of a wall is the right amount of wallpaper for the room.
scheme and bring in color accents such as one wallpapered wall." By the way, this wallpaper is called "Elysian Fields" and Valerie found it at Flavor Paper in nearby Brooklyn.
Think bold color. Don’t be afraid to complement boldly colored wallpaper with separate bold color in the décor. This floral purple paper pops against these red contemporary dining chairs. Balanced with a metallic light fixture, the dining area becomes the focal part of the room.
sawgrass blue wall paper in one room
going, as does a multimedia print from Japan. "I'm a big believer that you should hang art at eye level from where you're using the room. You don't stand in a dining room," says Lanphier.A carved wooden elephant from India sits on a storage unit that is tucked under a window and built into an existing
The chair's form takes inspiration from its curved legs and its plastic molding process from the Eameses. Here the curves stand out in contrast to this very blocky wood table.