We’ve always been charmed by the beautiful, hand-painted Chinoiserie, Japanese, and Korean wallpaper created by de Gournay but, as impressive as these designs are, don’t think of this NYC company as a one trick pony.

In addition to admiring their knobbly slub silk, hand woven silk damask, Indian tea paper, and striking metallic wallpapers, we’ve recently been intrigued by de Gournay’s extensive fabric collection.

The talent behind these romantic designs can paint any of their looks onto fabrics of different qualities and weights. Upholstery, bedspreads, curtains, blinds- whatever your need- the designers at de Gournay will help you complete your room in the best possible taste. Even porcelain can be used as a canvas to create the harmonious interior of your dreams!

Take a look at just a sample of their hand-painted work!

For those of you in NYC, look out for the re-opening of their showroom on 59th and 2nd avenue in the design district before the summer months!

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3 Comments to 'From Wallpaper to Fabric…'

Liz 21 Feb 12 at 3:53 pm

Ahhh dreamy. A post a while back asked what design trends from the last few years (that were photographed over and over again) would stick around – I guess the answer is the ones that weren’t a design trend but are truly timeless works of art. I could look at these wallpapers and fabrics everyday and never tire of them!

Eliza 23 Feb 12 at 9:49 am

That bench is fabulous!! Great blog.

Natalie 23 Mar 12 at 11:10 am

Hi Emily! I just found your website and blog and I think your work is amazing and inspiring! My mom and I are amateur decorators and have been working to finish decorating my Dallas apartment. We would love to recover two cube ottomans in a turquoise velvet, but can’t find the fabric anywhere. I was wondering if you know of a source around town or online that might have something. Thank you so much for your help!

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