I could literally chinoiserie all day. I think I could have a home completely wrapped in gracie or degournay and never ever tire of it. Since I am just a single girl living in a townhouse, it doesn’t make any sense nor is it very budget friendly for my lifestyle. BUT, I was beginning to grow weary of the lack of it in my life. So, I am getting a little creative. My wheels have been turning. Many people frame their favorite chinoiserie paper, that way they can take it from house to house and never lose their investment. I am not about to even invest in gracie or degournay (I am waiting for a generous husband to come along for that ;).
I did a little online digging. I don’t quite know the quality, but I purchased two chinoiserie panels from Houzz. I plan to frame them in a beautiful gold frame and give it a go! You’ll have to see later where they end up. I could see them everywhere from the bedroom, dining room, or living room. I think we all could use a little chinoiserie today. Hope you find some great inspiration below! Remember: a little chinoiserie is better than none at all!
I love the bamboo style frame! Bedroom by Nick Olsen via Domino
Beautiful soft pink chinoiserie panels via pinterest.
I love how well chinoiserie can mix with all styles (modern or traditional). Via Bliss at Home
A really great room (although those pillows are a little blinding) and a beautiful chinoiserie panel via Domino
How can you not adore these beautiful panels that fit perfectly in the molding. Love the shades of green. Via Apartment Therapy
Beautiful entry of blue and white by Summer Thorton via House Beautiful.
Mark D. Sikes can do no wrong, especially in this California entry. Chinoiserie panels lead up the staircase.
A lovely grey chinoiserie bedside panel via Erin Gates of Elements of Style.
I mean- is this room not fabulous?! Chintz and Chinoiserie. I just want a martini and some muled slippers. via Chinoiserie Chic
A great neutral palette of panels by Laura Tutun Interiors.
I love green in my chinoiserie. This is really brilliant behind the bar cart. via House Beautiful
A gorgeously collected formal living area by Suzanne Rhenstein.
What a work of art. Chinoiserie panel in a space by Anthony Hall in the May/June 1992 AD via The Art of the Room.
Clean dining area with a chinoiserie punch of color by Sara Tuttle.
Jaw-droppingly beautiful. via Rosewood Hotels
I am obsessed with this living space by Michael S. Smith via AD.
A great alternative to wallpapering a dining room by Todd Richesin Design.