For years I’ve ached to use scenic grisaille wallpaper in my home. The historically based style, called grisaille due to the use of only shades of grey in the printing and painting, is a look that works in homes both modern and deeply traditional.
The only paper I’ve been lucky enough to use is this take on grisaille from which I did behind a bed in a South End apartment. It’s expensive, but not as prohibitively pricey as many of the deGournay and
This is an example of a Zuber paper. I love it with the pops of yellow and lots of crisp white.
My all time favorite dining room done in grisaille paper panels by designer
LOOOOOVE this paper, especially with that chandelier. I’d love to do something like this in a guest bedroom some day.
A slightly more modern (and subtle) use in a bathroom.
An old school, traditional space utilizing this style paper. Quite the space no?
I quite like the grey painted wood floor paired with the paper.
Another one that makes me sigh. So good.
THIS. THIS RIGHT HERE. Who wouldn;t enjoy waking up in this crisp, clean dream room?
I’m not so sure about those sconce shades (actually I’m sure I don’t like them)- but I love how this shows how far a pop of color goes when paired with a grey and white wall.