‘Picture a summer night when it goes silvery-blue from the light of the moon’ Is how Kate Moss describes the inspiration behind the wallpaper for her bathroom.
Based on silver-tinted anemones symbolising luck in Greek mythology and interspersed with shards of solar radiance, the wallpaper is the creative result of a collaboration between Moss and De Gournay, the bespoke wallpaper house.
(All pics Architectural Digest)
The hall is now proudly adorned with the daybreak version. ‘I like the feeling of when the sun is just coming up at a festival and you have that glowy light.’ It’s all pale pastels and bright, in your face neons.
A match made in heaven.
Laters, Kate x
I often wonder if winning the lottery would actually make my life better. It’s a moot point. However I do know it would make my walls so much more fantastic. I apologies for the next pictures..they are pure avarice and excitement and are (cough) ridiculously expensive (a pot of paint and a bit elbow grease won’t rock it with these babies) but they are sublime, aspirational and quite frankly give me giddy butterflies.
These hand painted chinoiserie wallpapers are from the company de Gournay. And looking at them you feel it is the timeless work of centuries of work from old master crafts men passing their craft down from generation to generation. In fact the Company was founded in 1986 by Claud Cecil Gurney. After searching for artisans to restore the antique wallpaper in his own home he discovered the traditional art was on the verge of disappearing. He made it his mission to resurrect it. And I for one am so thankful that he did. To give you an idea..the paper is so expensive you can have it steamed off if you move… and re-used in your next millionaire mansion!
Laters, Kate x