Friday, September 16, 2016

Wallpaper Hanging: Scalamandre Zebra in Powder Room

One of the most-iconic-wallpapers of all time!

 Animal pattern wallpaper  is such a hot decorating trend, Zebra wallpaper in particular! It is a very dramatic choice for any room in your house.  We are so honored to get to  hang the Scalamandre Leaping/Galloping Zebra in Safari Brown in a newly built home, a millennial's powder room.   

Scalamandre's iconic Zebra pattern dates to late 1930s New York, premiering at Gino's restaurant on Lexington Avenue. Flora Scalamandre designed the art deco wallpaper especially for the restaurant's shoebox sized premises, styling zebras with arrows representing a hunt. The original's striking contrast of black and white zebras on red background proved a hit. Later, the design was offered with alternative green, gold and brown background hues, and more recently on black and yellow.

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Here is Peaches-the-Supervisor, making sure that we're not slacking off ! :)

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Another Inspiration:
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Chinoiserie Chic
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Massucco Warner Miller
Wallpaper choices inspired by classic prints like this one,  turn even the tiniest of powder room into a visual delight. …

4 comments:

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  2. How much of an unique article, keep on posting better half background blue

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  3. Hanging this on Monday .... Any tips? Booking time etc? I will be using Roman Pro 880 thinned.

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  4. Did you have to use a lining paper ???

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