Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Birdcages Part II




While I was searching for antique birdcages for yesterday's post, I came across a few wallpaper prints that incorporate aviaries. Some are drop-dead gorgeous, like the handpainted paper from Gracie, while others are a little cutesy (such as that from Thibaut). Just another way to add a little humor or a little beauty to one's walls!


"Cotillion" wallpaper from Tyler Hall


Handpainted scene by Gracie


"Birdcage" wallpaper from Thibaut

Image at top: "Birdcage Walk" wallpaper by Nina Campbell for Osborne and Little

11 comments:

  1. So glad to see you continue this post again. I love the Gracie scene esp., but they are all just so fun :)

    ~Kate

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  2. Kate- This will be the last of the birdcage posts! There are only so many directions in which you can take this! ;)

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  3. One more birdcage image for you before you leave this birdcage subject http://patriciagrayinc.blogspot.com/2007/07/think-pink.html
    Pink & ivory birdcage wallpaper Wandrlust

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  4. That top wallpaper is simply stunning.

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  5. Oh that Gracie! So lovely.

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  6. I love the Gracie design, its stunning. I've seen the O&L design used in a project here in Hong Kong in a different colour, it looked amazing en masse.

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  7. ladyjicky9:15 PM

    I adore the subtle colours in the handpainted "Gracie" wallpaper. It would look great in my back livingroom. Whats it worth???

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  8. Dear Lord in heaven. We are SO on the same page! I LOVE birdcages, chinoiserie AND bamboo. I am in the process of decorating a new (old) house. Please check out my blog and give me input on my decor! I have a couple postings asking for advice and I'd LOVE to have yours!

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  9. what a breath of fresh air! sooo beautiful, thank you!

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  10. Where is the first wallpaper from? I don't see a link for that one...

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  11. hpowell- It's a Nina Campbell paper from Osborne and Little. The link is at the very bottom of the post. Hope that helps.

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