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This is wallpaper!
The grand entry is indeed that. Donna says she once owned the real Alice’s copy of “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland,” which she bought from the Duke of Gloucester’s collection and then sold to pay for these murals painted by Seattle artist Jennifer Carrasco. (It took her a year.) The floor is marble; 17 Tom Dixon pendant lights hang overhead. (Benjamin Benschneider / The Seattle Times)
The tiger in a temple over the front door (resin-coated carved theater Styrofoam) was crafted by scenic designer Jeanne Franz. The wainscoting is by Dana Perreault. “You hire people because that’s their specialty. Don’t give them constraints. Let them do what they do,” Donna says. (Benjamin Benschneider / The Seattle Times)
This is J | off the wall | thisisj.com | A dining room that extends to serve both as a family-friendly brunch spot and a sexy date-night spot—the carefully executed décor seamlessly transitioning from day to night includes colorful wallpaper, baby blue benches, and wooden chairs