Combining the finest skills together with luxurious fabrics, our distinctly British style blends historic classicism with the cutting-edge cool of London’s fashion scene to create contemporary, timeless interiors. The creative team is a collaboration of talented designers and craftsmen from London and China.

Offering high-end couture for walls, artists spend up to 600 hours elegantly stitching individual panels. Collections include a unqiuely modern take on 18th Century Chinoiserie utilizing both monochromatic and vibrant colourways, contemporary, panoramic 20th century compositions alongside a Roomskins collection of subtle, non-repeating patterns



Whether creating a dinner service or Chinoiserie room, a 19th century French Papier Peint or a gold-leaf ceiling, each person who plays a part in bringing this item to life is trained by and works full-time for de Gournay. Our Artisans are experts in the types of clay mixtures, methods of glaze application and temperatures of firing for any piece of porcelain or, indeed, the correct choice of decorative detail and colour for 18th century inspired, hand-painted Chinese wallpapers. This immense knowledge, down to the smallest of details, constitutes the unique strength of the company.

de Gournay’s preference is for vibrant, balanced and contrasting colours that create an aura of happiness, allowing you to relax surrounded by beauty after a hectic day. However, depending on preference, our artists will work to ensure specific briefs are met to exact standards – these painters use the highest possible skills to help realize the dreams of each client, not impose a style upon them. Whatever the scheme or colour, our signature attention to detail and quality will always shine through



Gracie’s New York studio consists of a fifteen-person production department skilled in painting murals, producing custom lacquer furniture, and providing museum quality restoration. The showroom features all of the lines described and a constantly changing selection of Chinese and Japanese antiques.

Jennifer and Michael Gracie are fourth-generation leaders of their family business. They continue to grow the business through new showrooms and design partnerships, development of new designs and techniques, and a dynamic social media and digital entertainment strategy.



Phillip Jeffries is a family business founded with just 10 grass-cloths in a garage over 40 years ago. From those humble beginnings, we have now emerged as one of the world’s leaders in wall-covering. Phillip Jeffries turns houses into dream homes and elevates commercial spaces into luxury experiences. Based in new jersey, we stock approximately  one million yards of wall-covering – many able to ship out the same day! we have one main goal – to make it easy to bring beautiful design to interiors. With a diverse collection of product, Phillip Jeffries has provided luxury goods that grace the walls of properties such as the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas and the Barney’s New York stores as well as luxurious homes throughout the world.

Hand Painted


Many people like to express their individuality by commissioning an artist to paint a mural in their home. This is not an activity exclusively for owners of large houses. A mural artist is only limited by the fee and therefore the time spent on the painting; dictating the level of detail; a simple mural can be added to the smallest of walls.

Private commissions can be for dining rooms, bathrooms, living rooms or, as is often the case- children’s bedrooms. A child’s room can be transformed into the ‘fantasy world’ of a forest or racing track, encouraging imaginative play and an awareness of art.

The current trend for feature walls has increased commissions for muralists in the UK. A large hand-painted mural can be designed on a specific theme, incorporate personal images and elements and may be altered during the course of painting it. The personal interaction between client and muralist is often a unique experience for an individual not usually involved in the arts.



Settling in Los Angeles in 1998, she began directing her creative skills toward interior furnishings and joined with a partner to work in luxurious trimmings and fabric. Her expert eye for color and savvy business acumen led her to break off on her own to form Janet Yonaty, Inc. in 2002. Almost immediately, Ms. Yonaty established herself as one of the leading textile and trim artisans throughout the residential and hospitality trade, becoming known for her exacting attention to detail, use of the finest materials and unwavering dedication to customer satisfaction.

Janet Yonaty, Inc. is a Los Angeles-based multiline showroom offering only the finest textiles and trims sourced from artisans around the world. Led by industry leader and veteran Janet Yonaty, the showroom caters to interior designers and architects for both residential and hospitality projects. In 2011, Janet Yonaty, Inc. proudly announced the extension of the private showroom into a 6,000 square-foot space filled with unparalleled collections of trims, rugs, furniture, textiles and wallpaper, with opportunities to customize all that the company has to offer.



Advances in wide format digital printing have made it possible to create magnificent digital wallpaper. We think the beauty of digital wallpaper lies in the ultimate scaleabilty and vast color range, especially with large scale murals. We adjust the size of the print to fit your specific wall by breaking up the image into strips according to the layout. There is very little overage required and seams disappear for a clean, beautiful look. Colors and backgrounds can be tweaked to your specifications from solid color, wood grain, paint drips to camouflage. We have a broad range of pattern and mural options or we can turn your idea, image, or inspiration into any type of wall covering.



Silk and Satin Wallpaper has been in fashion for literally hundreds of years. Applying fine cloth to walls for aesthetic purposes began in Europe roughly 500 years ago. In its infancy, wall coverings made from silk were reserved for the very wealthy. Today’s consumers are fortunate to have a wide selection of silk and satin wallpaper available to them, in every color imaginable. Raw silk wall coverings remain popular because of their beauty and versatility, as well as for the tactile sensation they provide. While silks can be a little fussy to maintain, their elegance is unmatched by any other material.



Woodblock printing is a technique for printing text, images or patterns used widely throughout East Asia and originating in China in antiquity as a method of printing on textiles and later paper. As a method of printing on cloth, the earliest surviving examples from China date to before 220 AD. Woodblock printing existed in Tang China during the 7th century AD and remained the most common East Asian method of printing books and other texts, as well as images, until the 19th century. Ukiyo-e is the best known type of Japanese woodblock art print. Most European uses of the technique for printing images on paper are covered by the art term woodcut, except for the block-books produced mainly in the 15th century in India.

Block printing has also been extensively used for decorative purposes such as fabrics, leathers and wallpaper. This is easiest with repetitive patterns composed of one or a small number of motifs that are small to medium in size (due to the difficulty of carving and handling larger blocks). For a multi-colour pattern, each colour element is carved as a separate block and individually inked and applied. Block printing was the standard method of producing wallpaper until the early 20th century, and is still used by a few traditionalist firms.