The Glass Is Always ‘Half Full’ At This SF Design Studio

ARCHITECTURE + DESIGN | BY | November 9, 2018
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Kellie Menendez and Ondrea Vicklund wanted to do something more representative of their fine-art backgrounds, so they launched design studio Half Full with a series of wallpapers inspired by their shared love of nature.

The collection features three wallpaper lines–Wild, Endangered and Elements–with each design drawn or painted by hand using graphite and oil paint. “We started Half Full because we believe that living spaces should feel personal and reflect our individual stories,” says Menendez.

The design duo also just launched a line of linen fabrics based on their wallpaper patterns, with silk and velvet coming soon.

PHOTO: GIA CANALI

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