The designs at Nama Rococo are fabulous but we figured we’d keep you in suspense about their wallpaper designs, and give you a quick on rundown on the where and why of their name, just because it’s inspired and interesting and because we can’t just keep showing you images of amazing designs and not have something to say. So “Nama” stands for “North Adams MAssachussets and it also stands for “raw” in Japanese. Ok, we’re down with that, but then there’s the Rococo part. The designs nod to the playful flirtiness of the Style but have a far more contemporary edge and that is what attracted us.
French dot as a full wallpaper (at top) and as a single sheet to be framed or mounted on canvas.
Chateau 66 in color “kraft” is certainly appealing on an accent wall, chateau or farmhouse.
Sixty-eight in Orange is another vibrant favorite.
Nama Rococo is a small family business with big style. Comparing the essence and vision to their work to designers like Peter Fox, Maarten Baas, Hella Jongerius and one of our favourites Vivienne Westwood, all designers who know to combine wistful beauty with edgy design to make it move, flow and entirely their own. Above we give you Random Geometry and before you head off to check out Nama Rococo’s website to place an order we leave you with Serious Bouquet. Be sure to tell them we said hi.