Spotlight on: Second Chapter wallpapers by Lelievre

Lelievre’s Deuxieme Chapitre (or ‘Second Chapter’) wallpaper collection celebrates the work of Jean Cocteau, one of the most celebrated French artists of the 20th century. Cocteau’s considerable works – often referred to as ‘graphic poetry’ - are distinctively illustrative in style and whimsical in nature. Each design featured within the collection has been conceived from original Cocteau works and reimagined for use within the modern home.


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This design is inspired by the 'Jeunesse Franco-Allemande' of 1963, a 36cm diameter place cut in white earth.


An all-over motif that incorporates Jean Cocteau’s most famous original work “Ecriture, dessin, peinture, langage” from 1959, bringing together all the facets of his talent.


This design takes a striking herbaceous perennial and creates a bold repeat of blooming clusters.


A light and refined all-over motif, inspired by the original work “Tous les visages qu’il aime se ressemblent” from Cocteau’s 1935 novel “Les enfants terribles."


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