Hand-Painted Wallpaper Brings High-End Artistry to Rooms
I remember the very first time that I saw hand-painted wallpaper in a house. I was so taken from the routine and watery colour that I did not even realize it was paper. The room looked like a gigantic piece of art. Since that day I’ve become a huge fan of the elegant, layered look for walls and indicate it whenever design and budget permit.
There are a couple companies which specialize in this product: Gracie Studio, de Gournay, and Griffin & Wong, to mention a couple. Patterns are typically botanical in nature, with birds, birds and flowers all painted with masterfully mixed colours.
The process begins with space measurements, whether you are looking to wallpaper an entire space or an area in a room. Once the area to be coated was determined, samples of colour along with renderings of proposed design of pattern are produced. Fabrication of these panels starts upon approval of renderings and colour. This is genuinely a custom process, and the results are magnificent.
This hand-painted chinoiserie-pattern paper from Gracie Studio is set up just in the molding. It is a perfect background for this workspace in a room.
Donna Benedetto Designs LLC.
Make a bold statement. Frequently the entrance of a home has great sunlight. This is a superb location for a wall or two of the paper, so the detail of every stroke can be fully valued.
Griffin and Wong Ltd
Go bold with colour in the background. Background is a superb palette newcomer. Begin with a bold color, like the vibrant green on the wallpaper from Griffin & Wong, then construct your room around it. Don’t be scared to place small accessories in front of the finished wallpaper; they include to the layered look.
Charmean Neithart Interiors
I personally prefer muted upholstery patterns in a space with daring hand-painted wallpaper. The wallpaper is the star, so there’s no need to combine busy patterns which just compete together. A gorgeous Chinese scene from Gracie Studio commands center stage in this formal dining room.
Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C.
If you do not have a privacy issue, consider bare windows. This patterned de Gournay wallpaper appears lovely paired with just the decorative molding around the doors and windows, sans curtains or shades.
Griffin and Wong Ltd
To save on material and installation costs, think about a smaller area of installation, such as an accent wall. The impact is the same — a little goes a very long way. Bold pattern and color from Griffin & Wong make a gorgeous accent wall in this loft space.
The finished look is typically conventional, but it might work against bold geometrics like this black and white entrance. Tip: Black and green always look great together.
Wendi Young Design
A few of the patterns are available on metallic wallpapers. The silver backdrop of the Gracie Studio pattern creates a shimmery glow in a room that is unmistakably memorable and formal.
Yes, it’s pretty enough to frame. This designer framed Gracie Studio panels of paper as art and constructed the space around their daring and gorgeous coral color. Notice the various sorts of chairs in the table.
Look at a seating area where the detail of these patterns can be valued up close. This gorgeous chaise’s muted, soft pattern perfectly matches the wallpaper.