Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Red Herring

Unfortunately, the paper used in Mary's bedroom was Zoffany's Bergere in Red from the French Prints Collection. Unfortunate as it is discontinued. The St. Antoine paper from Farrow & Ball has a similar feel.

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6 comments:

Karena said...

Patricia I was one unable to see the series, and now thanks to you.....

The paper is gorgeous!!

xoxo
Karena
Art by Karena

Boxwood Terrace said...

I'll never think of red wallpaper the same way anymore. My favorite moment was when Elizabeth McGovern said to Maggie Smith "I helped".

The Down East Dilettante said...

Oh, when you're good, you're very good.. This is perfect postscript to your terrific previous post about the Downton/Highclere sets---a fascinating interview.

But surely Zoffany will custom print it for one?

Design Elements said...

I agree with Boxwood Terrace "I helped"...lovely greetings

Anonymous said...

This paper is FABULOUS!!!
On the topic of paper, I recently encountered Preston Paper based in Kansas City. Seeing that you are in KC, thought you might know them. They have the most adorable and fun calling cards and notepads. The company is young and impressive and the products are fun.
What other great secrets are from KC besides Kate Spade, Preston Paper, and Mrs. Blandings????!!!!!!!
Elizabeth
Birmingham

mary said...

I can just imagine a bedroom done entirely in this paper--with ivory and shots of black and that's it for color.