Susan Bradley creates this super innovative Outdoor Wallpaper that is so original that I had to post about it. She takes an original concept and steps it up a notch to something that’s very cutting edge and innovative.
Susan says, “It can be used as a unique garden trellis, screening or simply as a decorative feature or installation to create an immediate impact in any space. Its fixings locate it a distance from the wall, allowing plants to grow up it and adding depth and shadow to the piece.” I really love these, especially the one shown in the silver against the brick wall. Stunning.
If you like her style, you may really love her Creep collection of shelves and tables. Nothing creepy about these, in fact, they are quite playful, functional, different… available in many colors (shown below in black). You can also purchase a few of her items online here.
(photos from Susan Bradley Design)
UK Designer Jenny Wilkinson opened the doors of her design studio in 2003 and is best known for her wallpaper by numbers series. Interactive wallpaper leaving you responsible for ‘filling in the blanks’.
This wallpaper inspired me today because I think that in many ways, most of our careers are like this. I mean, none of us can say we are the ‘first’ artist or the ‘first’ blogger or writer or zookeeper. We are but a speck on the map. We were provided with an outline from those that lived before us or even who walk next to us now, and with that, it is up to us to fill in all the colors and create a look that is as unique as our fingerprint. Just like this wallpaper. Life is a lot like this, fill in the blanks and create your own special masterpiece.
What do you think?
(photo from Jenny Wilkinson)
Jocelyn Warner is a textile designer from London who launched her own wallpaper line that have been featured all over the world, even at the prestigious Cooper Hewitt wallpaper collections at the Smithsonian in New York.
Her patterns are contemporary and her style, distinctive and chic. Wallpapers inspired by eucalyptus, lilies, large scale botanical ink drawings, and my favorite, scribbles. Pendant, large drum and tall cylinder drum lighting is also available. While visiting her website, click on ordering if you are interested in making a purchase.
More to drool over from Denmark. This time, we’re back on wallpaper, but I can’t resist because these patterns really speak to me. What do you think?
They’re from Lene Toni Kjeld’s ‘Wall Decoration‘ collection. These beautiful patterns are putting me over the edge today, I mean, how much can a girl take of a good thing? Answer: Never too much!