Snowflake

Tony Duquette loved antique Chinese palace screens in a “snowflake” pattern. He first saw the screens at the Beverly Hills home of his friend and American couturier Adrian, and was inspired to create his own designs of modern snowflake screens for clients like Cobina Wright and Mary Pickford. This screen-printed wallpaper is adapted directly from Duquette’s famous snowflake screens which were exhibited at the Louvre, The Los Angeles County Museum of Art and The De Young Museum in San Francisco. The graphic mid-scale screen printed motifs are interpreted with tonal shading and are layered against a small geometric background pattern, creating an allover design with wonderful depth and surface interest.

Design Content
Non-woven
Type of Repeat
Horizontal 68.60cm, 27" - Vertical 64cm, 25 1/4"
Martindale Rubs
FLAME RATING : ASTM E-84 CLASS A / EN 15102 CLASS B s1, d0
Pattern Match
Half Drop
Roll Width
68.60cm / 27"
Sold By
Roll (1 roll = 10m)
Washability
Spongable Washable
Paste Application
Paste the wall