Floral Wallpaper

Paul Montgomery Studio’s Kew Gardens hand-crafted wallpaper is a show stopper.


Kimberly of Kimberly Lewis, here, for my final post of the year — and of my wallpaper series! I had such a lovely time sharing my wallpaper roundups with you over the course of 2014. Thank you Sarah for having me! I hope to continue the wallpaper conversation over on my blog Not for Wallflowers.


You may often hear designers saying that everything old is new again but I’m not sure if that was ever the case for Chinoiserie. Did it ever go out of style? It is a versatile style that is an enduring classic. Chinoiserie is a french word that  literally means ‘chinese-esque’. Chinoiserie depicts the art and design of China through a European lens. Chinoiserie wallpaper lends an air of elegance to modern interiors.


Cheers to a wonderful new year!

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Floral Wallpaper

Author: Kimberly Lewis

Kimberly is the founder and principal designer of Kimberly Lewis Home, a Brooklyn based wallpaper and home decor company. Kimberly believes in coy color, punchy patterns, socially conscious design and is always scouting New York City for the hottest design trends. Kimberly’s design work can be seen on the walls of seaside summer homes, NYC brownstones, department stores worldwide and even in the permanent collection at the Brooklyn Museum. Besides living and breathing design Kimberly can often be found with her head buried in a good book, volunteering with the New York Junior League or chatting on the phone for far too long with her great Aunt Barbie.