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Thursday, June 19th, 2014

Get Your Wallpaper On! Brown and Graham is 30% Off

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Now through June 30, 2014, Graham and Brown’s stunning wallpapers are up to 30% off at Design Public. If you’ve been considering wallpaper, now is the time to commit!

In case you are not familiar with this excellent  company, they have been around since 1946, collaborating with stellar designers to create unique wallpaper designs that are not for the meek. Here is just a small sample of the variety available from Graham and Brown.

Jubilee by Graham and Brown

Jubilee is for those of you who long for London; this jolly good paper is full of 1950s icons from the fair city.

Trippy by Graham and Brown

Trippy has become an icon on its own, a favorite of artistic directors and set designers. It has shown up on period movies and TV shows from the sixties, seventies and eighties. It’s funky print can bring big retro style to any room of the house. Cover everything from all the walls to the ceiling, or go more subtle with just one accent wall.

Concrete Script by Graham and Brown

Script is full of words rendered in a lovely cursive,on a paper that mimics the patina of concrete. Think of it as calligraphy meets graffiti.

Steve Leung Jiao for Graham and Brown

Steve Leung Jiao will bring a climbing botanical garden into your home, flickering with subtle metallic flecks. By the way, Graham and Brown has all sorts of botanical designs, from bold and modern to something straight out of a sweet English country home.

Contour Spa by Graham and Brown

Contour Spa gives a geometric look that works well with styles from mid-century modern to contemporary to eclectic.

To find out more information about any of these wallpapers, simply click on the photos to link to their product pages.

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Thursday, December 2nd, 2010

DP in the News: Graham and Brown, Hygee & West and Aimee Wilder wallpaper on Glo

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A big thanks to Glo, a highly stylized women’s lifestyle destination from MSN, for including Julie Rothman for Hygee & West Daydream in Yellow Wallpaper, Graham and Brown Superfresco Scope Wallpaper and Aimee Wilder Clouds Wallpaper in their Up the Wall feature.

Glo features DP wallpaper

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Thursday, February 11th, 2010

Bachelor Plaid Wallpaper on “Cougartown”

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The first sitcom on network TV that I have actually chuckled over in a long time is ABC’s Cougartown. The set design is rather brilliant, and I love the context of Graham and Brown’s Marcel Wanders-designed Audrey wallpaper in the hunky neighbor’s bachelor pad. I thought I’d share it with you, though I don’t know a lot of bachelors who have purple curtains:

photos via my television, which was on ABC

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Tuesday, December 30th, 2008

Modern Wallpaper/Vogue Living Australia

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Here is a lesson in being aware of what is right under your nose when you are in your January “I’m going to get organized this year” frenzy.

With the demise of so many of my favorite American shelter mags lately, I’ve had to search for glossies from abroad to get my fix lately. As I flipped through Vogue Living Australia, I marked a few pages to scan and share with you. My favorite image was this one:

I thought “Wow! Those Aussies are so fabulously stylish and creative. Spending a few extra bucks on a foreign magazine is SO worth it to see inspiration like this. They just have a style sensibility I don’t see everyday.”*

Color me embarrassed for myself. After I scanned the image, I realized that the paper was Graham and Brown, and that it’s been right under my nose on the site I work for every day. This is the same image we use for their Viva Turquoise and Gold by Barbara Hulanicki paper right here on this site. Translating this little lesson into my life means I must remember to look around in those forgotten drawers and storage areas that I walk past every day before I go seeking items from more exotic locales!

*This is not to discount the inspiration I glean from foreign magazines and travel. Flipping through images from thousands of miles always expands my design horizons. Austrailia in particular is home to some of my favorite glossies, designers, and bloggers. Here’s another fabulous image from the issue:

cover image by James Merrell for Vogue Living Australia

I cannot find photo credits for the other shots; if anyone knows, please leave a comment so I can properly credit them here!

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