This is one of my favorite Chinoiserie wallpapers-Flowering Quince by Clarence House. I'm sure everyone is familiar with the iconic Costello bedroom featured in Domino, but I thought it would be fun to see the same paper in different spaces. The photo above is Lisa Borgnes Giramonti's (A Bloomsbury Life) Los Angeles entry. It is classic and beautiful, but also quirky with its bold bench, black painted door, red stair runner, and sheep. It was featured in Canadian House & Home. Did Canada invade L.A.? This Mad Men mid century modern bedroom in Denver is the work of Jeffrey P. Elliott. He uses James Mont night stands, Dunbar chairs, and a custom silk headboard to create this sophisticated Chinoiserie retreat.
This favorite from Domino of the Costello's master bedroom in New York City. It belongs to Paul Costello, ex-photographer of Domino and his wife Sara Ruffin Costello, ex-style director of Domino.
Flowering Quince was created by the brilliant artist and fabric designer Kazami Yoshida. If you are looking for a Chinoiserie wallpaper that is a classic, look no further. It is perfect for an entry, a powder room, a bedroom, a walk-in closet, a breakfast room, or even framed as panels. It also is available in 100% linen fabric.