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The Art of de Gournay

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Inspired by traditions dating back to the 17th century, de Gournay creates hand painted wallpapers, fabrics, furnishings and porcelain for the finest interiors around the globe. The brand’s offerings are created by artisans of the highest caliber who are trained in house on everything from the precise method of glaze application to the correct color for 18th century-inspired Chinese wallpaper. The end results are true works of art and shown here are just a few of the beautiful rooms they have the privilege to grace. Above – ‘Wisteria’ on sterling silver gilded paper with pearlescent antiquing. Interior design by Windsor Smith.


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graphic fronds on bleached white dyed silk wallpaper. Photo by Dan Marshall.


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‘Dancing Araucaria’ on icefield dyed silk. Design by Geoffrey de Sousa.


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blooming florals and darting birds on pure silk. The pattern was inspired by the contemporary clothing of Alberta Ferretti and custom made for interior designer Catherine Kwong. Photo by Drew Altizer.


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‘A Thousand Li of Rivers and Mountains’ hand painted in charcoal on sterling silver gilded tea paper with mother-of-pearl antiquing.


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in original colorway on icefield xuan paper. Pattern and interior design by Raphael Navot. Photo by Vincent Leroux.


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‘Crows’ custom chinoiserie on deep rich gold gilded paper with cloud antiquing. Interior design by Redmond Aldrich.


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Li of Rivers and Mountains’ in Delft colorway on bleached white dyed silk. Photo by Natalie Dinham.


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‘Fishes’ in full custom colorway on blue painted silk.


Photography courtesy of de Gournay.



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