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Brief Published: 19 Jan 2012

New Wallpapers from Nama Rococo


Since launching her Nama Rococo wallpaper line in 2005, New York-based artist Karen Combs has gained a loyal design-world following for her bold, Old World-inspired patterns that are printed by hand on individual sheets.

Having spent the past few years working on a small but luxurious collection of six ready-to-order patterns, this month sees the launch of two new wallpapers: Amsterdam (pictured), inspired by the rooflines of 18th-century Dutch canal houses and the songs of David Bowie; and Shuboes, inspired by flowers and the architecture of Antoni Gaudi.

Not for the faint of heart, Combs’s work offers graphic finesse for statement-making walls.

Nama Rococo