Chantilly Minimalist Wallpaper - Bettie White and Gold
ABOUT THE DESIGN
An elegant half drop repeat with monochromatic “French fit” old English roses beautifully screen printed on a clay coated FSC-certified American made paper.
Named for the Parisian Prince de Conde, Chantilly was a once great Westmoreland County wood frame house on Virginia’s Potomac River. Ravaged by British canon shells during the War of 1812, Chantilly was not rebuilt after the devastating effects of war.
Maiden Maxwell’s Chantilly Minimalist pattern is inspired by the popular volumes of hand painted and engraved natural history plates of the late-18th century that would have been popular in households such as Chantilly.
13.5"v x 12"h
clay coated USA made paper
The producer of our fine wallpaper, Monadnock Mills, has been operating in the US for more than 200 years. All wallcovering products are made with the environment in mind, and are manufactured carbon neutral (VERs) using 100 percent renewable Green-e certified wind powered electricity (RECs) under a third-party certified ISO 14001 Environmental Management System.
Roll Size: 30"w x 15’l (5y, untrimmed)
Print Method: hand silkscreen
Print Location: made to order in New Jersey
6 single rolls. All sales final.
STANDARD LEAD TIME
CUSTOM TO THE TRADE
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