hotellerie restauration


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Partnership with French museums

Made to measure and on order in France

This scenic wallpaper comes from the House of George Sand in Nohant (Berry, France). It decorates the “‘Aurore room”, the writer’s granddaughter, located on the 1st floor. It was designed and manufactured by the Parisian workshop Petitjean which presented it at the World Fair of 1889 in Paris and which enabled it to win the silver medal. Driven by the ambient “Japonism”, Gabrielle (George Sand’s second granddaughter) chose in 1893 this “Japanese decor” for her bedroom. This panorama takes up all the themes of Japanese prints with its cranes, cherry blossoms (“sakura”), plum blossoms (“Ume”), peonies (“Botan”), chrysanthemums (“kiku”)…

Revitalizing such fabulous panoramic wallpaper by means of digital restoration was a patient and méticuleux completed by our workshop.

This panoramic also exists on a gold leaf wallpaper.

Collection from the George Sand House /Centre des Monuments Nationaux

Dimensions H250 x L552 cm.


  • Non-woven wallpaper 147g/ square meter
  • VOC Free
  • Paper from FSC-labelled forests
  • Flame rating: B-s1-d0/ASTM E84 Class A
  • Glue applied to the wall
  • Matching edge to edge
  • Manufacturing time: 20 to 30 business days
  • Free shipping from €250 (excl.VAT)
  • Washable with soapy products


€91,67/m2 (excl. VAT)


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