This gorgeous teal and tangerine Chinoiserie bedroom is by San Francisco interior designer Kendall Wilkinson who said she designed the room with the idea of a woman who is a jet-setter with a passion for fashion. Kendall also has a shop and online store called Kendall Wilkinson Home. The room has the perfect balance of traditional and modern. The lacquered teal panelled walls and hand-painted Chinoiserie wall of branches and sparrows are show-stoppers. I love the use of tangerine and cream Chinoiserie toile by Quadrille for the window treatments with their fabulous pagoda cornices. Hollywood glam is abundant with the teal patent leather chairs, orange roses, zebra benches, and lucite table and headboard. The lucite headboard allows you to see right through to the hand painted wall. Yet the bedroom still has a lovely traditional quality with its 19th century Chinoiserie chest and gilt mirror. Indeed, the bedroom was featured in Traditional Home. For another Chinoiserie bedroom with orange, visit my post Hermes Chinoiserie. I will also be doing an upcoming post on lacquered walls, a very modern and popular look today, and one that has always been perfect paired with Chinoiserie. I think this dramatic teal Kendall used is Valspar Monterey Bay Teal 5004-10c, but I will see if she can confirm this.
(Photos courtesy of Traditional Home)