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studio ditte

dick de bruijn of the eindhoven based firm design daily's send over this beautiful wallpaper series called "sloophout" designed by studio ditte. sloophout means used, demolished or scrap wood; the series reproduces the look of worn, multi-colored scrap wood on a smooth paper surface that can be used anywhere wallpaper can. i think it would be stunning to do a wall of anyone's home in this paper- it would bring such a modern outdoorsy feel to a room. sloophout is looking for international resellers so if you're interested in selling the wallpaper in your shop (or would like to use it for a large project) you can send an email right here for more information. [thanks, dick!]

[more of studio ditte's work (from the "inspired by men" and "inspired by china" collections) can be seen below]



Blogger Celeste said...

I love that wallpaper. I can hardly believe that it is wallpaper, it looks so real! It makes me want to scrounge up some wood from the fallen barns in my area in order to replicate this look.

7:52 AM  
Blogger Gypsy Purple said...

May you have a blessed and happy Easter

7:53 AM  
Anonymous amy_a said...

that wallpaper is awesome....so different than anything else out there.

9:26 AM  
Blogger Ginnie said...

Can you imagine how often you would stub your toes on that rocker?? But I do love the wallpaper.

9:55 AM  
Anonymous jon said...

This was blogged on Design Milk and Home Rejuvenation a few months earlier. I love the rustic feel...

10:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

do you know if this wallpaper is available for consumer purchase in the states? or only for wholesalers/large scale projects?
i adore it!

thanks for the great find.

2:17 PM  
Blogger Angie & Tyson said...

This would be the easiest most efficient wallpaper to hang! No matching repeats! Hardly any wastage!

2:11 PM  
Blogger Erin said...

where can i buy this paper?...it's A-mazing and I have just the nook for it!

3:14 PM  

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