Food & Home

Cabana Magazine’s Print-Happy Stationery for Paperless Post

If you’ve ever opened Cabana, a biannual design and interiors magazine so decadent and delightful that the covers are actually made of wallpaper or fabric by classy design houses like Gucci, Etro, Schumacher, and more, then you’ve been introduced to its refreshingly maximal, decadent aesthetic. The pages of the magazine are splashed with pattern and patina, and the homes it features, from Italian palazzos to English country manors, are filled with ambiance and history. Just like the magazine, we can’t get enough of their collaboration with Paperless Post, a set of notecards, lined envelopes, and invitations with an elegant Old-World edge inspired by Cabana‘s stylish founder Martina Mondadori’s mix-and-match aesthetic. “I’m never been afraid of being daring,” she says of her self-described maximalist aesthetic. As a result, the 15-piece collection was inspired by everything from hand-painted French chinoiserie and painted glassware to rich brocades and batiks. No surprise, they’ve expertly distilled Cabana‘s vibe to a T—and just in time for the summer party circuit.