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The kids’ room in our new office.

Hi folks,

Today I thought I would report on yesterday’s work in the kids room.

After preparing the surface we had the pleasure to install this beautiful wallpaper from Hibou Home.

Hibou Home is a British brand specialized in creating children’s wallpaper and fabric that’s not only inspiring and fun but looks fabulous too. The wallpaper collection is sophisticated and inspired by timeless themes children know and love.

Cool and stylish designs perfect for children young and old. The color palette is dusky, muted and yet up to date.

 

The design we have chosen for the ceiling of our kids room is the Stars one.

I thought you would love to see a bit of behind the scenes so here you are.

Stay tune for the images of the full installation and of the kids room.

 

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I will try to keep you posted on a daily basis.

Meanwhile you can always check our store here.

 

NLXL party

WALPA had the immense pleasure to host a party to celebrate for NLXL new Collection Double Face and its EDIDA Awards in the wallcovering category.

I know that both of them are quite old story but this was a pleasure to meet again.

Rick and Esther have been the perfect guests (as always) .

The whole evening has been great fun and a nice opportunity for people to get to know the designers.

After a few interviews for the Japanese press (I am not allowed to say more at this point and you will know more as soon as the papers are out) we had a nice and relaxing evening.

 

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Check out the Paola Navove’s and Daniel Rozensztroch’s collection.