Design Milk Tours Maya Romanoff

Design Milk editor Caroline Williamson visited the Maya Romanoff Studio in Chicago to learn about the company’s bespoke wallcoverings. Here a short excerpt from the interview after the tour:

AD360: Bespoke wallcoverings take time and patience to create. What did you realize about this process after touring the Maya Romanoff Studio?

Design Milk: The creation is never rushed, in an effort to achieve the highest quality possible. Most of the Maya Romanoff employees have been there for many years and truly care about their work. Their experience shows in both technique and result.

AD360: What embellishments did you discover that you thought were interesting?

Design Milk: Glass beads. They incorporate them in truly interesting ways that really elevate the wallpaper to a new level and add dramatic texture. Maya Romanoff also uses Mother of Pearl in unique ways. And lastly, we love the stitching on patterns of embroidered wallpapers.

AD360: What was one of your favorite Maya Romanoff designs?

Design Milk: Blanket Yarn & Stitch: A woven wool fabric is the base for the vertical stitching giving it a cozy, tailored suit vibe. Each All their designs are very interesting and intriguing in their own way.

For more of the interview pick up the November issue of Architectural Digest.

Visit mayaromanoff.com for more.

 

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