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    MAISON&OBJET Highlights, September 2012 // Part 02.

    9th October

    As promised, I’m back with with Part 2 of the highlights from my recent visit to MAISON&OBJET in Paris. Today’s post is a small collection of my favourite moments related to products, home-wares, accessories, sets, styling, other bits and pieces… Some are crafty, others more closely related to design, and all of them caught my attention in one way or another. So here goes…



    Deborah Bowness Wallpaper.

    3rd October

    Deborah Bowness has been creating the most beautiful wallpapers for nearly ten years. By combining photography with silkscreen techniques, Deborah’s digital and hand printed wallpapers are real works of art…



    Couture Embroidered Wallpaper by Claire Coles.

    16th November

    My love for embroidery is nothing new, but Claire Coles’ extraordinary hand embroidered wallpapers are certainly new to me. Claire graduated from Middlesex University in 2003 with first class honors in Applied Arts. Amongst her first commissions were a wallpaper display for Liberty of London and a book cover design for Penguin Publishing. Oh man, how is that for a career start? Epic!

    Claire works from her West London showroom, where she designs and produces bespoke embroidered wallpapers for both private clients and commercial projects…



    Wall & Decò Wallpaper.

    8th December

    Even though I’m not necessarily a huge fan of wallpaper [all the time], there is no denying that this is one of the quickest and the most cost effective ways to give any space a bold splash of personality. So, if you are going to do it – do it well I say…



    Maharam Digital Projects.

    9th February

    This month, maharam launches an entirely new product initiative: Maharam Digital Projects, an assemblage of large-scale digitally printed wall installations. Created by emerging and established artists, photographers, illustrators, fashion and graphic designers, Maharam Digital Projects offers a range of content intended for both commercial and residential interiors as a dramatic alternative to art…




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