Take chintz wallpaper, batik fabric and historic artwork, combine that with quality paper and innovative design and you have the latest stationery range. London based title, Cabana magazine has teamed up with Paperless Post on a collection of beautifully intricate and totally stylish stationery – the perfect design news in time for National Stationery Week 2017 which kicks off today.
Launched by Mondadori Sartogo and focusing on interior design, lifestyle and architecture, Cabana explores the “intellectual and emotional intimacy with buildings and their surroundings … the intense relationship of thought, place and the person.”
Known for fabric and wallpaper covers, beautiful layouts and esoteric features the pages are full of inspiration. From exploring the decor of an artists home through to fine fabrics and antiques, every page is exquisitely detailed and thoughtfully finished. For interior devotees like us, Cabana is a feast for the eyes and will have you lusting over the finer things.
No surprise that online stationery specialists, Paperless Post has decided to collaborate with the magazine. Using Cabana’s archive as inspiration, Paperless Post has created a full collection of online & printed customised stationery.
Taking influences from the pages of the magazine including the swatches of batik and chinoiserie through to the tapestry prints and flora motifs, the collection goes beyond just invites and notecards and instead they are pieces of collectable art. We love the antique feel. Historic patterns line the envelopes and rich designs of brocade are showcased on borders.
Whether you’re planning a cocktail soiree, an afternoon tea or birthday celebrations, discover the full Cabana collection here. Whether you’re looking to send digitally or have them printed the old fashioned way, Paperless Post is super convenient to use.
If Cabana isn’t quite your style then browse the full extensive range from Paperless Post – we’re certain you’ll find a design that suits you and your event.
What are you waiting for, you’ve got mail,
David & Mark x