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How Palm-Print Wallpaper Became the Iconic Decor It Is Today

棕榈印花壁纸如何演变为当今的标志装饰

 

Palm-print wallpaper is truly a memorable part of home decor history — and as it turns out, it's been around since the early 1940s. Here's a look at the evolution of the well-known print throughout the years:
1942: Hollywood decorator Don Loper designs Martinique, a banana leaf wallpaper (which you can still buy today here), exclusively for the Beverly Hills Hotel.

1975: The wallpaper becomes synonymous with Hollywood, thanks to celebrities and socialites, such as Margaux Hemingway, who are photographed in front of it.

1985: French-Vietnamese restaurant Indochine opens in NYC's NoHo neighborhood with banana leaf-wallpapered walls and becomes a fashion-industry favorite.

1985: Blanche Devereaux's bedroom on the Golden Girls features a banana leaf-print wallpaper and a matching bedspread.

2004: In the film The Aviator, Howard Hughes (played by Leonardo DiCaprio) stands in front of a bathroom wallpapered in the Martinique print.

2009: Dorothy Draper's protégé Carleton Varney redecorates the iconicGreenbrier Hotel in West Virginia with his own take on banana leaf wallpaper called "Braziliance."


2016: Ken Fulk covers San Francisco's newest hotspot Leo's Oyster Bar with a fresh interpretation of the palm print.

2016: Dolce & Gabbana's Pre-Fall collection features banana leaf wallpaper-inspired clothing and accessories.


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