In the London house of the founder of the textile and wallpaper factory Claude Cecil de Gournet, each room breathes exotic and bright landscapes, drawn by hand. The technique, which was originally intended as ways to restore old wallpaper, has evolved into a completely new aesthetic of art.
Branches of a green weeping willow frames the living room of this extravagant house. The wall motif called Willow on the canvas of silver color is also repeated on organza curtains.
The dining room is a very spacious and bright room, filled mainly with furniture and white decor, against which the scene from the Middle East stands out – an indisputable accent of the interior.
The bathroom itself could be the center of attention of the house. And the attention is centered on the decor of the walls – a vivid contrast of reproductions of the golden age of the Dutch school of painting with bamboo in the eastern theme.
In the owner’s bedroom, we see a bed, which is a replica of Napoleon’s bed and reproductions of Chinese table lamps.
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