Grisaille is a term for painting executed entirely in monochrome, usually in shades of gray or brown, particularly used in decoration to represent objects in relief. I have been searching for sources of grisaille in wallpaper. I think the whole classic concept mixed with contemporary color would be phenomenal. Here is what I found….of course it is English…

Designers Guild wallpaper

I think this is so fresh..Also Designers Guild

A more contemporary option..Cole and Sons (by Piero Fornasetti)

another Fornasetti image.

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Susan Tollefsen:  Quirky, Fun, Stylish…with a Twist Raleigh, NC-based Susan Tollefsen (Susan Tollefsen Interiors) has been an interior designer for 12 years but she’s been working at design in one form or another most of her life – from crafting Barbie’s Dream Drapes as a child to styling dorm rooms in college. Design has been a lifelong passion and she always brings freshness and a new way of looking at things to every project. Flip through her portfolio and you’ll find a sense of style that is fun yet thought-provoking…ever-stylish but with a twist!
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