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Phillip Jeffries Wallcovering Featured in HBO's And Just Like That...

Don't miss Carrie & Mr. Big's impeccably designed Manhattan apartment

Phillip Jeffries Wallcovering Featured in HBO's And Just Like That...

We're always thrilled when TV and film production studios use Phillip Jeffries wallcoverings in their set designs. From chic hotels to amazing homes, we love seeing how our wallcovering set the stage. 

On December 9th, HBO's And Just Like That premiered on TV giving audiences a glimpse of Carrie and Mr. Big's Manhattan apartment featuring our wallcovering, The Grove. This artisanal wallcovering has a touch of metallic gold with lush palm designs.


Phillip Jeffries The Grove wallcovering is handmade by skilled artisans using authentic wood that is laser cut into a grove pattern (hence its name), and then applied to gold or silver backgrounds. It is available in five colorways: Palm Paradise, Majestic Frond, Luscious Grey, Hollywood Hills, and Regency Navy. The Grove

House Beautiful posted a sneak peak on their website here with additional interior design details. It feels impossible that it's been nearly 20 years since the stylish ladies first graced our television screens in Sex and the City, but one thing remains certain: impeccable style is timeless.


About Phillip Jeffries:

Now in its fourth decade, Phillip Jeffries has emerged as the industry leader in natural, textured and specialty wallcoverings. A manufacturer and importer of unique and fine quality textured wallcoverings, the company was founded in 1976 with just 10 grasscloths. From the humble beginnings of the family garage, Phillip Jeffries now stocks more than 1,000 ready-to-ship wallcoverings in their 60,000+ square foot headquarters. Working hand-in-hand with skilled artisans, Phillip Jeffries creates the design world's most beautiful and sought-after wallcoverings. For more information, visitPHILLIPJEFFRIES.com

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