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Rollout - Artist and Custom Wallpaper

ROLLOUT is a creative studio that designs and prints custom single, or low run wallpapers.This Vancouver based company was in their own words "born out of the need for graphic expression in the interior design industry. Gone are the days of slick minimalism. Texture, expression, emotion, and color have filled the gaping hole left by modernism. We represent a culture of creativity and warmth that denies conformity."

Images from Rollout.


John Janik

John Janik is an amazing designer - I love his style and his use of classic mid-century furniture. Here are photos of his work from his website.


I love this house

An Australian couple have turned a run-down 18th century villa in Positano into a light, airy, modern home. A cantilevered ribbon of antique Vietri tiles snakes through the living areas becoming a coffee table, a bench, a place to eat.I love the juxtaposition of ancient space and modernist forms.

All images from Australian Vogue Living.



A wunderkammer, or cabinet of curiosities, is a place to gather your treasured collections. More than that .... the weird, the wonderful, the found and discarded. Nature's detritus or man made discards. A collection may contain the truly beautiful or the down right bizarre. This post started out as a look at how to display collections but I was quickly drawn into the wonder of the cabinet of curiosities.

D'ette ColeAustralian Vogue Living
Suzy HoodlessAustralian Vogue Living
New York Social DiaryChista
Australian Vogue LivingMy friends' house via The Courier Mail.

Check out Wunderkammer, Urban Prairie and Victoria's post on Aria to wander futher in the notion of wunderkammer.


Weekend home

Interior designer Joe Nahem and Jeff Fields have a gorgeous weekend home in Amagansett, Long Island. It was featured in Elle Decor and is simply stunning. Love all the use of wood and wall coverings.