Chronicle Craft: Wallpaper Projects Winner
Our lucky contest winner Jinnie says she’s never used their papers before, but admires the offerings at Nama Rococo. I agree – what a stunning site. In fact, the authors suggest their pattern “Chateau 66” (see below) as a perfect artful graphic print for their portable snack tray project. Lauren tells me that Nama Rococo is one of her and Derek’s favorite wallpaper companies. They screenprint all their papers by hand, so each piece of paper is really a work of art – perfect for framing if you can’t afford to paper an entire room, says Lauren.
Congratulations, Jinnie! Hopefully having Derek and Lauren’s great ideas at your fingertips will inspire you to scoop up some beautiful papers.
Here’s a little wallpaper eye candy from Nama Rococo to get you through Thursday.
Clockwise from top left: Little Butterfly Loop in Chinese red, Sixty-Eight in mellow orange, Chateau 66 in Kraft, Serious Bokay in lavender gray
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