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Papel de parede é aquele artifício de decoração que fez muito sucesso nos anos 80/90 e que nos últimos anos voltou com tudo! Mas esqueça aquela versão ~demodé do consultório do seu dentista ou das versões genéricas à venda em qualquer “fast fashion” de decor, eu quero é papel de parede de bananeira! Sério gente, …

Papel de parede de folha de bananeira

Papel de parede é aquele artifício de decoração que fez muito sucesso nos anos 80/90 e que nos últimos anos voltou com tudo! Mas esqueça aquela versão ~demodé do consultório do seu dentista ou das versões genéricas à venda em qualquer “fast fashion” de decor, eu quero é papel de parede de bananeira! Sério gente, …

Palm Beach, Florida, apartment designed by William T. Georgis (2006). Cabana with Martinique wallpaper (originally designed for the Beverly Hills Hotel), monkey collection. John Stewart X-frame desk and zebra-skin-clad Milo Baughman chrome chair. Georgis says, “Think of Chantilly’s Grande Singerie, which is decorated with paintings of monekys. It’s screwball, it’s sudden—it’s a fabulous moment.”  #InteriorDesign #Design

Palm Beach, Florida, apartment designed by William T. Georgis (2006). Cabana with Martinique wallpaper (originally designed for the Beverly Hills Hotel), monkey collection. John Stewart X-frame desk and zebra-skin-clad Milo Baughman chrome chair. Georgis says, “Think of Chantilly’s Grande Singerie, which is decorated with paintings of monekys. It’s screwball, it’s sudden—it’s a fabulous moment.” #InteriorDesign #Design

A timeless motif, the grand glamour of glossy greens date back to 1942 when American creative Don Loper installed banana leaf wallpaper in the Beverly Hills Hotel.  This pattern, called “Martinique” became one of the most recognized patterns in the world.  Over on the East Coast, Dorothy Draper, 1960’s “Most Influential Tastemaker in the World,” …

A timeless motif, the grand glamour of glossy greens date back to 1942 when American creative Don Loper installed banana leaf wallpaper in the Beverly Hills Hotel. This pattern, called “Martinique” became one of the most recognized patterns in the world. Over on the East Coast, Dorothy Draper, 1960’s “Most Influential Tastemaker in the World,” …

When you design a space inspired by a specific decade, you walk a fine line. If you drive home the theme too much, you risk it appearing…

When you design a space inspired by a specific decade, you walk a fine line. If you drive home the theme too much, you risk it appearing…

Design by Kate McIntyre & Brad Huntzinger, in Decorate Fearlessly, by Susanna Salk - reviewed on www.CourtneyPrice.com

Decorate Fearlessly

Design by Kate McIntyre & Brad Huntzinger, in Decorate Fearlessly, by Susanna Salk - reviewed on www.CourtneyPrice.com

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