Cabana Magazine for Paperless Post

Martina Mondadori, founder and editor-in-chief of Cabana Magazine has been very busy. Immediately on the heels of the magazine’s creative collaboration with Caesarstone at Salone, she has now partnered with Paperless Post, as part of their Spotlight Series, to create a series of online and printed invitations and stationery that fully embody the Cabana mood of timeless design, pattern and color.

Cabana for Paperless PostTranslating Cabana’s sophisticated globetrotting world of layered, lived-in interiors, timeless textiles and moody poetic visual narratives, the collection sets the tone for elegant entertaining and events.

Cabana Magazine x Paperless PostAs Martina explains, “Entertaining and celebrating are central to the Cabana philosophy, so partnering with Paperless Post was a natural fit. I already use Paperless Post invitations for all of my childrens’ parties and my dinner gatherings, and I can’t wait to use these new Cabana invitations.”

Cabana x Paperless Post

Pulled from the already rich archives of Cabana, loyal followers may recognize some of the imagery. Ranging from French chinoiserie wall panels to delicate Italian porcelain, rich brocade and painted Bohemian glass, all the postcards and stationery represent the handcrafted quality and graphic inset borders that are signatures of the magazine.

Cabana Magazine x Paperless Post

Loved Cabana’s porcelain plates, below, that were featured in our first Ancien et Moderne Paris Pop Up?

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Then you might just love their Rousham printed stationery

Cabana x Paperless Post Rousham stationery-1

or the online invitations.

Cabana Magazine for Paperless Post Rousham Card

Couldn’t get enough of the retro chic Cabana Renzo Mongiardino inspired wallpaper produced by Dedar?

Cabana x Dedar wallpaper

Then perhaps the online Malatesta card is perfect for a worldly send-off or cozy dinner invite.

Cabana Magazine for Paperless Post Malatesta Card

So for a modern day mix of old and new, as Martina exemplifies below, Cabana Magazine for Paperless Post presents a collection for those who love the history and globetrotting aesthetic evident in every issue of Cabana with the convenience of contemporary communication – it’s the best of both worlds!

Martina Mondadori


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5 Responses to Cabana Magazine for Paperless Post

  1. LOVE LOVE LOVE this style. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Heather Scott says:

    So beautiful… an inspiration to living life well

  3. I love Imari. These “”papers” make me want to write. Thank you. Mary

  4. franki says:

    A found “lost art!!!!” So imaginative!! franki

  5. Kathleen Scheinfeld says:

    Can’t wait to have a reason to use these! I love each and every one.
    Thank you so much for bringing us the best!

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