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2011 Merchandise Mart Dream Home is very dreamy indeed

2011 Merchandise Mart Dream Home is very dreamy indeed

This is Michael Del Piero’s beautiful interpretation of a home office at Merchandise Mart’s 2011 Dream Home. She used a neutral Maya Romanoff wall covering made with handmade textured paper that complements the brushed metal accents and woven baskets. The office is fit for an archeologist or renowned professor, it’s sweeping and cinematic – as […]

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Trend Report: Wallpaper’s back (now what?)

Trend Report: Wallpaper’s back (now what?)

I really dig this vintage wallpaper print I spied in a recent Cookie Magazine article about a couple who bought and decorated the entire floor of a former gentleman’s club in Brooklyn’s tony Park Slope neighborhood.  According to Cookie, the lucky fellows bought the vintage paper at Second Hand Rose, which is a great resource […]

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Exposed: The Maya Romanoff factory tour

Exposed: The Maya Romanoff factory tour

I love everything about writing Strange Closets, but my favorite part is having an excuse to do the things I want to do.  Visiting a factory to see  wallpaper being manufactured for example.  I shan’t lie, not today anyway and certainly not in this post.  So I’ll readily admit that I didn’t lay awake at […]

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Product Spotlight:  Maya Romanoff’s Blanket wallpaper line

Product Spotlight: Maya Romanoff’s Blanket wallpaper line

The design academia have already started debating the social, political and cultural ramifications of wallpaper’s Phoenix-like comeback from obscurity, but I’ve kept my emotions in check and played the part of bemused observer . . . until now.  Seeing Maya Romanoff’s Blanket wallpaper has nudged me into fray. While big bold prints are oh-so-fun, the […]

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