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Antoinette Poisson dazzled paper lovers when it launched its collection at last year’s Maison & Objet. Specializing in domino papers—which are block-printed and hand-painted wallpapers—its latest design imitates a wall with baroque moldings and glassware—not precise enough for trompe l’oeil—but with a touch of Fornasetti-style surrealism. - Photo: Courtesy of Antoinette Poisson

Antoinette Poisson dazzled paper lovers when it launched its collection at last year’s Maison & Objet. Specializing in domino papers—which are block-printed and hand-painted wallpapers—its latest design imitates a wall with baroque moldings and glassware—not precise enough for trompe l’oeil—but with a touch of Fornasetti-style surrealism. - Photo: Courtesy of Antoinette Poisson

Virginia Tupker, "French Press: Exquisite Handmade Wallpapers From Parisian Studio Antoinette Poisson," Architectural Digest (June 2014): 52. Brightly colored and boldly patterned, the handprinted papers made by the French team are as enchanting as the 18th-century examples that inspired them. Image (left-right): Vincent Farelly, Jean-Baptiste Martin, and Julie Stordiau of the studio Antoinette Poisson. Photo by Miguel Flores-Vianna.

Virginia Tupker, "French Press: Exquisite Handmade Wallpapers From Parisian Studio Antoinette Poisson," Architectural Digest (June 2014): 52. Brightly colored and boldly patterned, the handprinted papers made by the French team are as enchanting as the 18th-century examples that inspired them. Image (left-right): Vincent Farelly, Jean-Baptiste Martin, and Julie Stordiau of the studio Antoinette Poisson. Photo by Miguel Flores-Vianna.

à Paris chez Antoinette Poisson: Le papier dominoté décore les murs de GALERIE SALON

à Paris chez Antoinette Poisson: Le papier dominoté décore les murs de GALERIE SALON

Antoinette Poisson - À Paris-restoration

Antoinette Poisson - À Paris-restoration