Friday, April 16, 2010

Framed Chinoiserie Wall Panels in Rooms


We have been looking this week at beautiful examples of framed Chinoiserie wallpaper panels, antique, vintage, and new. Today we take a look at how to use them in rooms to create a wonderful focal point. Before leaving this mini series, we will give ideas in a post next week on budget DIY versions as well. Above is the living room of Suzanne Rheinstein.

Pauline de Rothschild


Ruthie Sommers



Mary Jane Pool


Neo Silk Road


Massucco Warner Miller


Eddie Ross


de Gournay


10 comments:

The Shiny Pebble said...

The apple green, Ruthie Sommers is my favorite. I love how modern it looks with the bold white lamps against the framed panels.

Emile de Bruijn said...

The range of your examples is amazing. And interesting how Chinese wallpaper can work in a modern interior as well as in a traditional one.

Style Redux 2 said...

The Shiny Pebble-That's one of my favorites ever. All my colors!

Karena said...

I framed panels similar to the ones in your first image last year for a client. The couple inherited a house from thir grandmother and found them rolled up in a closet!!

Karena
Art by Karena

Vyala-Arts said...

I love the one from Neo Silk Road very much. It is amazing how precious (sometimes they ARE!) these "pieces of wallpaper" look in a frame. It is all a matter of design and inspiration and I suppose that even "cheap" ones could be enriched with a perfect placement and framing.
I love these posts very much!

Grant K. Gibson said...

That Greek- Key table of Ruthie Sommers is something that I can't get out of my head!

Style Redux 2 said...

Emile-I believe Chinoiserie works with any period and any style of decor.

Style Redux 2 said...

Karena-Oh what luck!

Style Redux 2 said...

Vyala-Arts-i have a post this week on budget versions.

Style Redux 2 said...

Grant-Love it all!