EVERY WOODCHIP & MAGNOLIA DESIGN HAS A STORY
Nina Marika Tarnowski is the creative force behind Woodchip & Magnolia, a design house famed for its striking wallpaper, fabrics and bold fearless pattern.
Aged just five she told her school teacher she was going to be a wallpaper designer and that’s exactly what she did after graduating from Leeds College of Art in 1997 with a BA (Hon’s) in Surface Pattern and Textile Design.
Fast forward, and after 18 years as Head Stylist and Design Manager for British wallpaper house Graham & Brown, Nina has now gone solo.
Alongside husband Paul, an industry expert who spent 16 years at the helm of Graham & Brown’s technical team, Nina launched Woodchip & Magnolia with a determination to do things her own way.
Her vision to bring together her creativity with Paul’s technical know-how have made Woodchip & Magnolia unique in the pioneering way they use traditional design skills in a digital world.
Freed from the deadlines and seasonal launches most design houses adhere too, Nina can launch the designs she loves when the mood takes her.
Her designs are available to order the minute they are unveiled online. With a determination to protect the environment at the heart of their business, Woodchip & Magnolia manufacture all their own wallpaper and fabrics in-house so their business remains as eco-friendly and sustainable as it possibly can be.
They work with artists they love and boast unique ranges, including a stunning collection of wallpapers and velvets from vintage style queen Pearl Lowe – their wallpapers now hang in the bedrooms of supermodels, five-star hotels and legions of family homes.
Because interiors need never be boring again!
WOODCHIP & MAGNOLIA WHAT'S NEW PUSSYCAT?
Doris - Available in 7 colourswaysOversized florals and atypical quirks, this is the wallpaper for the originals. For those strong characters who know what they love and embrace it. Jacobean in its style, Doris is a modern take on a whimsical print
SPRING ARRIVES IN RIVINGTON
DISCOVER THE RIVINGTON SPRING EDITBased on the original Rivington design, which captured founder Nina Marika Tarnowski's memories of her childhood playground - Rivington Oriental Gardens in Lancashire - the Spring Edit is a six-strong collection