Do you have a favorite wallcovering?

January 2006
Architectural Digest;Jan2006, Vol. 63 Issue 1, p178
The article features some of the interior designers' favorite wallcovers. Campion A. Platt prefers a beaded wallpaper. Marjorie Shushan prefers a hand-painted Chinese canvas or Madagascar cloth. Anthony P. Browne prefers Farrow & Balls company's drag finish in terra-cota. Charles Allem prefers a wallcover with woven texture without a pattern.


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