The queen of design finds, Grace, posted about this super cool wallpaper designer last week. I completely share her love of this designer and her work that I had to share some other gorgeous images. Nama Rococo is the debut collection of Karen Combs inspired by French & Chinese paintings, as well as old Paris metro stations. Her wallpaper is all hand-printed and hand-screened. Here are a couple images of installations by Nama Rococo…her work is just gorgeous in use! Thanks again for Design*Sponge for the scoop. Also, check out Design*Sponge over at House & Garden! In her new daily blog over at H&G, she’s got a great new article about this fab designer.
I saw this on design*sponge as well and immediately book-marked it – I love the website design as well as the wallpaper – I am especially in love with the juxtaposition of colors in the featured spaces on the site – gorgeous!
That is so cool. I LOVE wallpaper. My all time favourites are Florence Broadhurt’s designs – do you know them?
Fantastic! Most people are frightened of wallpapers, but these are really great.
great colours! wish i could have some colourful wallpaper like this in my flat, too bad my landlord doesn’t allow me to 🙁
I was just thinking man what a cool website, and why am I so attracted to the design… it’s so familiar! Then I realized it was designed by one of the bloggers I read, she’s genius!
I’m in love with Tokyo & Vine, that needs to be in my house.
It’s all just gorgeous! & seeing Design sponge on House and Garden’s website, is so fab… she’s got such an eye for style. 🙂
how fabulously inspiring to now how avaliable these simply stunning exhibits of large art to have living in our homes by means of wallpaper! Thank you…heaven.