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Julia Rothman for Hygge & West

I was pleased when Julia Rothman wrote in earlier this week to tell me about her wallpaper. I’ve been very busy over the past few days and haven’t been reading as many blogs as usual so I’m not sure if this made the blog rounds already. If so, my apologies for repeat content.

I’m so proud of Julia as I think her eye is outstanding and her style is superb, I think she is one of those designers who is very blessed with not only listening to her own voice and acting on it to pull together her patterns, but her designs just so happen to be extremely marketable. Isn’t this what every creative person hopes, that what they see in their brain that is then translated into a product will be something others will potentially buy? Julia is very lucky in this way and I feel happy to watch her growing as a designer all of time thanks to determination and hard work. Her latest project happens to be hand screened (made in Chicago) wallpaper, no longer do you have to dream of having her patterns cover your walls as it is now a reality. Aren’t these drool inducing? Learn more about them and see all of the colorways and patterns available at Hygge & West for $125 per double roll.

By the way, have you heard of Hygge & West before or is this the first time? For me it is the first time so a special thanks to Julia for the introduction. They have products from many other talented designers as well, here are a few that I enjoy.

1. Wallpaper ceramic votive set by Jeanette Hiiri, 2. Casalinga birds (they look like my vintage birds shown here in my living room), 3. Fiducia set designed by Louise Campbell for Kahler, and 4. Rachel Pearson candles.

Visit Hygge & West here to see more wonderful things for the home (click on the designers names on the right side of this page.)

(images from julia rothman and hygge & west)

Posted by decor8 in Handmade, Rooms on November 26, 2008

Your comments...

  1. Melissa de la Fuente commented
    November 27th, 2008 at 12:09am

    Gorgeous! That bird wallpaper is absolutely beautiful!
    Thank you for sharing!

  2. SpaceTM commented
    November 27th, 2008 at 6:41pm

    Julia Rothman’s wallpapers are lovely ? whimsical yet restrained. I particularly like the dove motif.

  3. SpaceTM commented
    November 27th, 2008 at 6:44pm

    Julia Rothman’s wallpapers are lovely ? whimsical yet restrained. I particularly like the dove motif.

    SpaceTMs last blog post: Your Space [002]

  4. Online Shopping Chick commented
    November 29th, 2008 at 10:08am

    Oh those are just gorgeous! These could really make me become a fan of wallpaper again! My only problem would be trying to choose which lovely pattern to take home with me. :) Finally wallpaper becomes art!

    Online Shopping Chicks last blog post: Holiday Turkey

  5. JuliaL commented
    November 29th, 2008 at 11:03am

    When I saw those birds, I immediately thought of the sparrows in your living room. :-)

    JuliaLs last blog post: Sold out!

  6. Iheartfashion commented
    November 29th, 2008 at 7:13pm

    I’d love to paper my daughter’s room in the bright blue bird print.

    Iheartfashions last blog post: Another funny cat…

  7. Beth commented
    December 1st, 2008 at 12:30pm

    You really know you are on to something when *everyone’s* first reaction is “gorgeous!” :)) What a talent!

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