Archive for the ‘Wallpaper’ Category

Eskayel – Wonderful Wallpaper.

Monday, January 2nd, 2012

Shanan Campanaro has manipulated her watercolor and ink drawings into something amazing – wallpapers that look like art, because they come directly from original works, placed into patterns.  Campanaro graduated with her BFA from Central St. Martins in London in 2003.  From there, she developed an amazing studio practice, and has had support of many notable design groups, and is even a senior designer with Express.  Her idea for wallpaper came to her while re-designing her apartment in 2008.  Today, she has a broad line of beautiful and innovative collections.  “To The Trade”small_feudal_facet_slate.jpg

Fuedal Facet


Roman Ram


Bali Stripe-Sky Blue


Bear in Mind – Sand


Madagascar – Bay

Maraham Digital Projects

Monday, June 20th, 2011

Maraham is a company that has created large scale digital images that can be mounted on the wall of your home or office.  They have an enormous virtual library, with new designs being created constantly.  Check out some of these interesting finds below.  For more, visit

Traditional, Transitional, & Contemporary Interior Design Showroom

Wednesday, April 20th, 2011


Walter Lee Culp Associates  is one of the premier interior design showrooms in Dallas.  Their product lines are some of the most beautiful and elegant lines available.  With everything from textiles to wall coverings, furniture,  lighting and accessories, Walter Lee Culp has your home covered.  Below are a few photographs from a fraction of their manufacturers. 

Larsen Fabrics



Dennis & Leen


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Maya Romanoff – Wallcovering Genius…

Monday, April 11th, 2011


Maya Romanoff is an icon in the world of interior design.  After studying at the University of California at Berkeley, Romanoff took time to travel the world to open his eyes to the world of design and gain real-world experience.  So much of interior design is about where you’ve been…it shapes your approach to design. 

“Along with fabrics and wood, Romanoff gives free reign to his love of natural, genuine materials. Gold leaf, mica, grass and bamboo are part of the mix, but the most captivating introduction has been Beadazzled, a collection of wall coverings made of tiny glass beads. The collection has not only has taken the interior furnishings world by storm, but has earned a permanent place in the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum.”

Check out some of Maya Romanoff’s wallpapers below.  They are unique, beautiful…sophisticated. 


Floral artist Jo Lynn Alcorn with Maya Romanoff for the 2009 Kips Bay Decorator Show House

Maya Romanoff

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Beautiful Paper For The Wall…

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011


Wallpaper can add so much drama to a house, which is what interior designers strive to do.  It is a fantastic way to add a touch of whimsy or class to a space.  It can be less expensive than having a mural painted on an accent wall, and have just as dramatic of an effect.  With so many great papers to choose from, you are sure to find something that strikes a chord with you, and there are some amazing resources, such as Stockton Hicks Laffey here in Austin, that carry amazing lines ( “To The Trade”).


Sophia Pebble

Beautiful Wallpaper

Powder Baths…A Dramatic Design Opportunity

Wednesday, February 9th, 2011


Powder baths are great places to introduce a little bit of drama into your home.  The are small spaces, allowing you to get a lot of “wow factor” for your design buck.  It is the perfect place to use some wallpaper with punch, interesting lighting, and great plumbing fixtures.  Powder baths are a great spot to bring in the unexpected, and your guests will love it!

Salvador Dali’s Kind of Wallpaper…

Friday, January 28th, 2011


If Salvador Dali was alive today, I am sure he would have this surreal wallpaper in his home.  Surrealien is a German based company that has developed a process of placing wallpaper so that it looks distorted by the objects it surrounds.  They do it by taking careful measurements of your space and the things that are on or within the walls (doorways, wall sconces, that perfect piece of art) and designing the paper for your interior space specifically.  This is a very cool commercial application, but it could be a little too much for the average homeowner’s everyday living.  Either way, it is intriguing.  For more on Surrealien, go to



Wallpapers that Wow Me

Friday, October 22nd, 2010

If your looking for the unusal in interior design, this is it.  You can hang these wallpapers in small spaces, such as foyers or powder baths for an unexpected impact.  They would also be an incredible backdrop for an eye-catching piece of furniture…a statement piece.  Great for Austin’s downtown lofts…