Archive for November, 2012

Wallpaper Weekly, no. 46 / Manuel Canovas “Pagoda”

Manufacturer: Manuel Canovas / Pattern: Pagoda / Colorway: Amethyste

Entrance Hall by Ruthie Sommers, Veranda Dec 2012, photo: Francesco Lagnese

Sometimes a bold pattern like Manuel Canovas’ “Pagoda” is even more stunning as a smaller, unexpected moment rather than covering every wall surface.  We love this entry by designer Ruthie Sommers from the latest Veranda.  Yet, even with stunning black lacquer and a beautiful tiled floor by Ann Sacks, without those fabulous fabric-clad doors we’d be left wanting for more.

Here’s a larger view which gives us a glimpse at how stunning those doors must be in person!

Manuel Canovas “Pagoda – Amethyste”

Wallpaper Weekly, no. 45 / Pintura Studio’s “Escorial”

Manufacturer: Pintura Studio (via Studio Four NYC) / Design: Escorial / Colorway: Granny Apple

US Politics head on. photo credit unknown, found here.

In a continued effort to keep our blog and social media politically neutral, here’s a paper inspired by BOTH the Democratic donkey and the Republican elephant for all of our readers. A happy little menagerie from NYC based Pintura Studio for this post-election day Wallpaper Weekly…

Pintura Studios “Escorial – Granny Apple”

While doing research at the NY Public Library, Pintura Studio designers were inspired to design this print based on a 16th century Spanish textile of the animal kingdom.  We love the really “stampy,” hand blocked quality and how our friend Kate, co-owner and founder of Studio Four, used this in her own home (below). Such a chic bar set-up!

Pintura Studios “Escorial” used by Kate of Studio Four NYC in her own Brooklyn apartment, photo credit: FKateReynolds, Instagram

Some additional close-ups in alternate colors. And hey – it also comes in fabric!

Pintura Studios “Escorial”

Pintura Studios “Escorial”

Installation Day!

NYC this morning, view from DUMBO Brooklyn, photo: Tilton Fenwick Instagram

Team TF will be installing a fun project near the High Line today and are thankful for a dry and sunny (though crisp cold) morning to start our day. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter for some fun peeks at our project come together!