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Farrow & Ball's Wisteria wallpaper ($295 for a 33-foot-long roll) has blossoming flowers, making it one of many great alternatives to Gracie wallpaper.
This Edie Bronze design ($98 for a 56-square-foot double roll) by Tempaper is just that: temporary and movable.
Peony wallpaper ($79 for a 27-foot-long roll) from Urban Outfitters will lend a room a welcome pop of color.
Anthropologie's Vanuatu wallpaper ($198 for a 33-foot-long roll) has a Gracie-like palette.
Griffin & Wong's Falangcai (about $390 for a 10-foot-by-3-foot panel) is an intricate panorama featuring cranes and a pond.
Schumacher's Moonpennies (price upon request) is an elegant design of chartreuse flowers.
We’ve paged through enough home-decor magazines to know that wallpaper can make a statement.
But we’re thrilled to know there are more delicate ways to accent your walls--emphasis on the accent.
You can now revel in the craftsmanship that has been the company’s hallmark since the 1920s. With its predilection for ancient Chinese scenes (such as cherry blossoms and idyllic pagodas) as well as traditional European motifs, the artwork is off-the-wall spectacular.
That’s because every design is rendered by hand in China on acid-free paper--nothing is printed or silk-screened.
Since the luxe line is definitely not cheap (covering a typical 200-square-foot dining room can cost around $5,000), we put together this little slideshow for how to get the Gracie look for less.
Gracie, 1025 N. Stemmons Freeway, Suite 620; 214-749-5777 or graciestudio.com
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