the san francisco design district is changing. the san francisco design center (sfdc) is consolidating. jackson square is diversifying. contemporary design showrooms and clothing retailers are opening. while, some antiques dealers or art galleries are consolidating, relocating, or closing. sacramento street is evolving as a leading design destination.
on 1 march 2017, de gournay opened their gorgeous new showroom on sacramento street. when i lived in london, i loved visiting the de gournay showroom in old church street en route to my favorite fulham road antiques dealers. so, i am delighted to welcome de gournay to san francisco.
de gournay is best known for their hand-painted chinoiserie wallpaper. their artisans are artists. so, de gournay wallpaper could be considered a work of art.
de gournay | amazonia wallpaper | on blue painted xuan paper
de gournay showroom | 3691A sacramento street | san francisco, CA
photo credits lisa walsh | innerspace and brad knipstein via de gournay
de gournay | wisteria wallpaper | on mica metallic xuan paper
photo credits lisa walsh | innerspace and georgetti spa via de gournay
de gournay | plum blossom wallpaper | on tarnished silver gilded paper
photo credits lisa walsh | innerspace and marie-caroline lucat via de gournay
de gournay | a thousand li of rivers and mountains wallpaper | on bleached white dyed silk
photo credits lisa walsh | innerspace and de gournay
one of my prospective interior design clients hopes to create a ‘more elegant’ home. so, as part of the initial consultation process, we’re beginning to define what ‘elegant’ means to them.
would you describe de gournay wallpaper as elegant?