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Hey gang! We would really appreciate if you could take a moment to follow this link and with only one click, vote for Juju Papers' Graffito Collection in Interior Design's Best of Year Awards in the category of wallcovering TODAY.
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Megafans: You can vote for us up to once a day through Oct. 16.
Thank you in advance! 
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October 09, 2017 by Avery Thatcher

A New Season, A New Look for Your Home with Juju

Danielle Brustman Design, Photo by Nicole England @nicoleengland 

Fall is here! Sure, spring is supposed to be the season for new beginnings, but fall's breeze also brings a sense of renewal. Fall brings up memories of starting a new school year, and with it a new opportunity to redefine yourself or set new intentions for the coming year. October is also a great time to think about making some simple changes that will give your home a new and refreshed look. A small home project now will go a long way in making your house look finished by the time your holiday guests start to arrive.

Elsie Larson - A Beautiful Mess, Photo by Amber Ulmer @amberulmer

An accent wallpaper is the perfect way to reinvent your look! The great thing about wallpaper is that you can just add wallpaper to your existing decor in order to update the space. You don't have to buy new furniture, new decor, or start from scratch. You can just add the wallpaper that coordinates with or updates your decor. What can be simpler than that?

Danielle Brustman Design, Photo by Nicole England @nicoleengland 

We are continually inspired by the many talented designers that use our wallcoverings, and we have highlighted a few of our recent favorites here. In the boldly cool-toned room above designed by Danielle Brustman (@daniellebrustman) in Australia, she used a few rolls of Sisters of the Sun in Gold on Navy to create this captivating, moody, modern look that we love so much! We can not get enough of this room. 

Elsie Larson - A Beautiful Mess, Photo by Amber Ulmer @amberulmer

Elsie Larson from A Beautiful Mess used one of our favorite patterns, Palea, on every wall of the dining room for some serious wow factor. Many people think that wallpapering a whole room can be overwhelming, but this gorgeous install shows much the opposite. If you choose a subtle textural pattern such as Palea, you can create a rich background that sets off all of the other design elements in the room. Elsie said of this wallcovering:

I get so many compliments on this wallpaper! I love that the room still feels neutral, bright and light, but with more texture and personality than a plain white room. It is so easy to decorate around and layer!

Do any of our patterns at Juju speak to your sense of style? Then, now is the time to do it! We are here to help you with your project every step of the way. Are you wondering any of the following: Can this wall be wallpapered? How much wallpaper do I need? How do you install wallpaper? Pop on over to Jujupapers.com in order to answer these questions, or just give us a call at 503 764 7610 and we can chat about it.

Happy Fall from all of us at Juju!

Elsie Larson - A Beautiful Mess, Photo by Amber Ulmer @amberulmer
September 27, 2017 by Lindsay Kretchun

Why Gold is Your New Neutral /// Sale! 30% Off Juju Gold on Cream Wallpapers

Looking for a way to add some sophistication to your room? Consider gold on cream your new neutral! Our gold on cream wallpapers can be combined with any color palette, giving your space extra life and dimension that will compliment the rest of your decor. 

Here's a few ways you might be able to use it in your own home:

Sheena Murphy, of Sheep and Stone, (designer of above room) said of Sisters of the Sun:

What I like most about this wallpaper is it's versatility; it feels just as at home in an elegant powder room as it does in a 6 year old's bedroom. The gold adds delicious dimension while still reading as a neutral, and the pattern repeat feels calming and visually interesting all at once. It took this little girls' bedroom from girly to grown-up. Pretty clever design if you ask me.

Thanks, Sheena! This beautiful install from Rebecca Jones (@xobakes) whose mom is a rock star wallpaper installer, Louise Jones (@jonespnp), and made this magic happen with Pas De Trois:

 

 Photo by Louise Jones of Jones Paint & Wallcovering

 

 Sheena Murphy/Sheep and Stone, top photo and this photo credit to Nicole Franzen

 Are you thinking of the perfect spot in your home for a bit of gold? Right now, all Juju patterns in Gold on Cream are 30% off using code MIDASTOUCH at checkout! With a range of patterns that will work with traditional or modern styles, Juju Papers has a gold option in many designs, check out your new favorite wallpaper today!

Sale can not be combined with any other discount, such as trade discounts. Sale can not be applied retroactively. Sale ends on September 5 at midnight. 

 

 

August 29, 2017 by Lindsay Kretchun

Neutral Nurseries With Juju Papers

We hope everyone is having a great summer! A big trend we're seeing right now is gender neutral nurseries and children's rooms which allow for more options and versatility as children age. The easiest way to way to achieve the look is by keeping colors neutral, then as your children grow they can add in their own objects, treasures and artwork to create a space that has been styled organically and shines with their personality. 

 

Luckily Juju Papers offers colorways that are perfectly suited to a neutral palette. Our suggestion is our subtle Diamonds and Pearls colorway, which is available in all our new Graffito collection patterns. Dazzlingly pale pearlescent shades of white and silver are brought to life as light moves across the surface and it has the added benefit of picking up accent colors from objects nearby. 

 

 

Just about every day we speak with clients and designers who are looking for neutral options. Reasons they cite for going in that direction include ...

 

 

1) Choosing not to find out the gender of their children until after they are born, but want to have the nursery ready to go;

2) Parents who don't subscribe to the traditional sexed color scheme;

 

 

3) Parents who want a color scheme that can grow with their children as they mature; 

 

4) Children who share a bedroom;

 

5) Parents planning to convert their nursery after the child is older. Choosing patterns that are not strictly for kids rooms is a great way to save on redecorating costs later!

 

 

Who would know better about all this than Juju Papers founder, Avery Thatcher? As a mother of two boys under five, she has decorated their room in an overall neutral scheme with pops of red, green, blue and grey. (That's a whole other blog post though as the boys need to clean their room before pictures can be shared!)

 

 

Feeling inspired? We thought so! 
Shop Juju Papers here
July 25, 2017 by Allison Burt-Tilden

Elevate Office and Co-Working Spaces With Juju Papers

Design by Bond CollectiveElide Grabowski and Photo by Thomas Gibbons

We here at Juju Papers are thrilled to see our wallpapers popping up in offices and co-working spaces all over the country. Juju Papers can be a great choice to add just the right mix of contemporary dazzle to your next office project.



Did you know? Not only are Juju Papers available printed on our standard eco-friendly, durable, clay coated papers but they're also available in a variety of commercial grade substrates!

Juju Papers offers a residential grade lightweight vinyl, Type II Commercial Grade Vinyl and Type II Commercial Grade Terralon Smooth. We are proud to say that all of these contain no PVC and are very low VOC, making them a perfect choice for any commercial project as they all pass CA-1350 standards for low VOC. We also offer a Type II Commercial Grade Mylar wallpaper that is low VOC (passing CA-1350 regulations), printed with no minimum order.

 

WeWork Design by Cindi Leung


Some of our customers like to go big and cover grand spaces with our papers as shown above - we love WeWork and what they did there! 

However, adding Juju Papers to even just one accent wall is a very budget conscious way to add that final touch to your next office project. Huddle rooms, conference rooms and break rooms all benefit from that Juju magic. Just look at how Maryana Grinshpun of Mammoth Projects used Big Moon to make this gorgeous break room in Andela's offices really shine. 

  Photo by Nick Glimenakis and Design by Mammoth Projects


Feeling inspired yet? This photo from Jenny Guggenheim of Guggenheim Studio should help ...

June 27, 2017 by Allison Burt-Tilden

Juju at ICFF Booth 122 May 21-24/ We are NYC Design Awards Finalists!


Hey Everyone! We are thrilled to announce that we will once again be attending ICFF at Booth 122 this year. And in even more exciting news, we are finalists in the NYC X Design Awards, which will be announced on May 20th at the MoMA. 
 

First, we would like to tell you more about being nominated for this prestigious award. We are finalists in the Best Wallcovering Category of the NYC X Design Awards, which are hosted by Interior Design Magazine and ICFF. The finalists have been selected from participants in all of the NYC design shows that are happening during NY Design Week. The ceremony will be held at MoMA on May 20. Being included with such an incredible roster of talented designers is a huge honor in and of itself! We couldn't be happier. 

Second, this year ICFF is moving up to the second floor of the Jacob K Javits Center in New York, which means that it is going to be even bigger and better, with more great designers to check out! We will be showing off our newly launched Graffito Collection, which has received rave reviews so far (keep reading!). We invite all of our New York clients, colleagues, and friends to stop by and visit us at Booth 122. Opening day is Sunday May 21 at 10 AM - please come by for a champagne toast and a Juju tote bag! 

We were thrilled to see The Pearl from our new Graffito Collection gracing a full page of Interior Design Magazine this month, in their NYC Design Preview. We finally have samples of our new line cut and in stock. We will be shipping them to all of you asap! Thank you all for your patience while we were working to get them all cut. 

Finally, we can't thank Grace Bonney at Design Sponge enough for once again introducing the new Juju collection to the world! Grace continues to bring fresh perspectives to design, and we couldn't be happier that she continues to introduce our new wallpapers to her viewers year after year. Thanks, Grace! 
As always, you can shop samples and rolls at Juju Papers. We are looking forward to helping you!
May 16, 2017 by Lindsay Kretchun

New Juju: Introducing Graffito!

We're so jazzed to finally, and officially, reveal the latest Juju Papers collection, Graffito

In creating the four new designs that make up Graffito, Juju Papers designer Avery Thatcher was inspired by mark-making. Says Avery of the collection "Graffito explores the simple power of mark-making, tracing all the way back to those who scratched pictograms on walls, caves and bones. The patterns in the collection are united by their glyphic, graphic qualities: gestural, non-fussy abstractions of such varied inspirations as handwriting, a star-lit sky or masonry wall.”

Graffito is a beautiful compliment to past Juju collections, contrasting painterly lines, dots and dashes with sumptuous metallic inks used in the screen printing process. In fact, within the four new designs there are fifteen new colorways available! Let's meet them, shall we?

The Pearl: eccentrically-drawn and arrayed shapes abstract a stone mason’s hand-constructed wall.  Four two-tone metallic colorways: Gold on Cream, Gold on Charcoal, Diamonds and Pearls on Cream, Gunmetal on Blush

 

Pavlova: delicate overlapping curves, arcs and bends.  Named for the Russian ballerina, famous for her sylphlike appearance, grace of movement and expressive nature.  Three duo-tone metallic colorways: Gunmetal on Cream, Diamonds and Pearls on Cream, Gold on Cream.  

Dusk: minutely-scaled squares and rectangles imprecisely scattered; they appear animated, as sparkling stars or glitter in a rock quarry. Two two-tone metallic colorways: Gold on Cream, Gold on Charcoal.

Bomba: improvisational composition of lively scribbles, dashes, zig zags, waves, and scrawling lines.  Thatcher took her cues from handwritten signatures, the ultimate individual mark-making. Five two-tone metallic colorways: Gold on Cream, Gold on Charcoal, Diamonds and Pearls on Cream, Gunmetal on Navy, Gunmetal on Blush, Gunmetal on Cream.

 

With so many beautiful new choices it's hard to pick a favorite but we have no doubt that whichever you choose, it will be a perfect addition to your space!

 

April 25, 2017 by Allison Burt-Tilden

Juju Papers Grafitto Collection on Design*Sponge!

Check it out, Juju Papers is on Design*Sponge today! 

 

We're honored to have our new Grafitto Collection featured over on one of our favorite design blogs, Design*Sponge!

Check it out here

April 21, 2017 by Allison Burt-Tilden

SMALL IS BEAUTIFUL / WEST ELM POP-UP APRIL 15


Happy Spring from all of us at Juju Papers! We never get tired of seeing the way our amazing clients choose to paper their spaces and have noticed a definite trend: using wallpaper in tiny spaces for big impact.


Adding wallpaper to wainscoted walls means a little bit goes a LONG way. Often it only takes 1-2 rolls to paper an accent wall! Check out these creative applications where wallpaper is used to define woodwork accents. 

We love this office area install that only used a single roll of Sisters of the Sun

 

Photos: Tess Weber

 

Adding creative spaces is an affordable way to update your room because instead of buying all new decor, one element (like wallpaper) can update the look in a cohesive way. We hear this again and again from our customers.

 

 

We love how Trelawny Davis featured her creative use of Juju Papers in a blog post for Parachute Home. All it took was a few rolls of wallpaper to create a memorable bar and dining room that garners compliments from all of her guests.

West Elm loved Trelawny's post so much that they decided to highlight the story on the West Elm blog - and asked us to pop-up at our local Portland West Elm to introduce our wallpaper to their customers. Of course we said yes!

We'll be at West Elm Portland at 1201 NW Couch St on Saturday, April 15 from 1-4. If you happen to be in the Portland area, please come by and visit us - we will have lots of wallpaper to show you!

We are so happy that spring is finally here! We can't wait to hear from our customers as they emerge with their creative ideas for Spring and Summer. We can't wait to help you bring your ideas to life!
April 11, 2017 by Allison Burt-Tilden