De Gournay's hand-painted wallcoverings are exceptional in their beauty and quality. Here, interior designer Sarah Delaney proves that their intricate chinoiserie pattern - based on seventeenth-century Chinese designs - can look light and modern when used with a pearlescent silver background.
When your sunroom gets a lot of light, you can screw light colors and florals and paint that bad boy a deep dark glossy brown. It helps if you’re the ridiculously talented duo of architect Gil Schafer and interior designer David Netto.
"In the dining room of a house in Purchase, New York, designer Gideon Mendelson put a fresh spin on scenic wallpaper by cutting up Zuber's Courses de Chevaux into scenes and framing them in molding." photo credit: Eric Piasecki via House Beautiful