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PaperCity Dallas November 2022

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flowers Wall D e G o u r n a y 's new chinoiserie w a l l p a p e r s a r e a l a v i s h re-creation of t h e a n t i q u e h a n d - p a i n t e d wallpapers in one of England's most revered properties, Belvoir Castle. They include Wellington, a garden scene of exotic birds and peonies in berry tones on a pistachio ground, and Belvoir, an apricot-and-blue design based on an antique paper discovered in the castle's archives. Belvoir now adorns the castle's Brown Room, which was recently redone by English design firm Sybil Colefax & John Fowler. Belvoir Castle has been the seat of the Duke and Duchess of Rutland for more than 500 years. The current castle was commissioned in 1801 by the 5th Duchess of Rutland, an 18-year-old architecture buff who selected James Wyatt, the era's leading Gothic romantic architect, to design her dream home. De Gournay Belvoir wallpaper, to the trade at Culp Associates, Rebecca Sherman De Gournay's new Belvoir hand-painted wallpaper in The Brown Room in Belvoir Castle in England. Belvoir Castle is renowned for an exquisite collection of antique Chinese wallpapers dating to the late 1700s. O ne of Italy's oldest and chicest kitchen d e s i g n b r a n d s , Minotticucine, has opened its first Texas showroom, in the Dallas Design District, a partnership with Taxila Stone, and the only Minotticucine stand-alone location in the U.S. The 5,600-square-foot space also features designs by venerable Italian kitchen company Maistri. Adriano Minotti founded the company in a small workshop in Italy in 1948, and under the direction of his son, Alberto Minotti, the brand is now sold in more than 30 countries —and known for kitchen designs that are minimal, monochromatic, and monolithic. Minotticucine Dallas, 1436 Slocum St., RS Minimal, Monochromatic, and Monolithic Maistri-designed kitchen from Minotticucine showroom 66

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