Wandering about High Point, I saw lots of chinoiserie influences — this is nothing new. It was the blue and green chinoiserie toile that really caught my eye. I immediately thought of all the bedrooms I have been pinning lately. If it’s even possible for something this classic to be a trend, I’d say we have one here. The blue and green chinoiserie toile bedroom seems to be popping up everywhere. It makes perfect sense, who wouldn’t want to sleep in one of these soothing spaces?
This Massucco Warner Miller bedroom is magical. Someday I am going to create a yellow bedroom with the same Summer Palace paper.
Meg Braff‘s latest blue/green bedroom is so inspiring.
Architectural Digest featured this David Kleinberg bedroom. Dreamy, isn’t it?
I feel like Eddie Ross and chinoiserie were meant to be best friends. I like that this room is still masculine even when cloaked in toile.
Real Simple’s version from The Pink Pagoda
Tobi Fairley used green chinoiserie toile on the headboard in her Hampton Designer Showhome.
What do you think about all this toile? Not enough, just right, or too much?