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Collections ECO/Engblad & Co

The idea behind Eco Wallpaper is to be surprising and to encourage curiosity and an urge to experiment – in a playful way. All this helps to create an interesting home, one unlike any other. We simply want to share our passion for wallpaper that challenges traditional thinking. Welcome – be inspired.

Arkiv Engblad - 5362

Kalmar - Having been in storage since 1927, the wallpaper was somewhat timeworn when we found it. But it was a look that we decided to keep when we redesigned Kalmar for this collection. It was love at first sight when we saw the fabulous gold-printed swirls on the ochre-yellow background. We’re not entirely sure of its origin, but we’ve called this pattern Kalmar because Kalmar’s New Wallpaper Factory comes to mind when you see it. We've now updated the design in four colorways that showcase its superbly versatile and everlasting quality. What was fashionable in 1927 is in vogue today. Urban industrial, bohemian rustic or simple elegance - the look depends on how you decide to use it. Show collection Arkiv Engblad
$74.00

Arkiv Engblad - 5363

Sigill is a design that easily stands out and it caught our eye when we were searching through a box from Norrköpings Tapetfabrik. Of the hundreds of gems we found, it was this particular one that we fell for. A fine goose-eye pattern with a gold emblem from the early 19th century. For this collection, we've updated the pattern and removed the emblem for a modern and timeless appeal. This is in combination with the new colors: clay-gray with blue, beige with pink, lime green, gray and classic white beige. When you add your style, you are putting your very own stamp on the design. Sigill looks stunning combined with colors or next to Acanthus, Gårda and Kalmar. A wallpaper than adds style and charm to any room and looks particularly good above wall panelling. So many choices, in other words! Show collection Arkiv Engblad
$58.00

Arkiv Engblad - 5364

Sigill is a design that easily stands out and it caught our eye when we were searching through a box from Norrköpings Tapetfabrik. Of the hundreds of gems we found, it was this particular one that we fell for. A fine goose-eye pattern with a gold emblem from the early 19th century. For this collection, we've updated the pattern and removed the emblem for a modern and timeless appeal. This is in combination with the new colors: clay-gray with blue, beige with pink, lime green, gray and classic white beige. When you add your style, you are putting your very own stamp on the design. Sigill looks stunning combined with colors or next to Acanthus, Gårda and Kalmar. A wallpaper than adds style and charm to any room and looks particularly good above wall panelling. So many choices, in other words! Show collection Arkiv Engblad
$58.00

Arkiv Engblad - 5365

Sigill is a design that easily stands out and it caught our eye when we were searching through a box from Norrköpings Tapetfabrik. Of the hundreds of gems we found, it was this particular one that we fell for. A fine goose-eye pattern with a gold emblem from the early 19th century. For this collection, we've updated the pattern and removed the emblem for a modern and timeless appeal. This is in combination with the new colors: clay-gray with blue, beige with pink, lime green, gray and classic white beige. When you add your style, you are putting your very own stamp on the design. Sigill looks stunning combined with colors or next to Acanthus, Gårda and Kalmar. A wallpaper than adds style and charm to any room and looks particularly good above wall panelling. So many choices, in other words! Show collection Arkiv Engblad
$58.00

Arkiv Engblad - 5366

Sigill is a design that easily stands out and it caught our eye when we were searching through a box from Norrköpings Tapetfabrik. Of the hundreds of gems we found, it was this particular one that we fell for. A fine goose-eye pattern with a gold emblem from the early 19th century. For this collection, we've updated the pattern and removed the emblem for a modern and timeless appeal. This is in combination with the new colors: clay-gray with blue, beige with pink, lime green, gray and classic white beige. When you add your style, you are putting your very own stamp on the design. Sigill looks stunning combined with colors or next to Acanthus, Gårda and Kalmar. A wallpaper than adds style and charm to any room and looks particularly good above wall panelling. So many choices, in other words! Show collection Arkiv Engblad
$58.00

Arkiv Engblad - 5367

Sigill is a design that easily stands out and it caught our eye when we were searching through a box from Norrköpings Tapetfabrik. Of the hundreds of gems we found, it was this particular one that we fell for. A fine goose-eye pattern with a gold emblem from the early 19th century. For this collection, we've updated the pattern and removed the emblem for a modern and timeless appeal. This is in combination with the new colors: clay-gray with blue, beige with pink, lime green, gray and classic white beige. When you add your style, you are putting your very own stamp on the design. Sigill looks stunning combined with colors or next to Acanthus, Gårda and Kalmar. A wallpaper than adds style and charm to any room and looks particularly good above wall panelling. So many choices, in other words! Show collection Arkiv Engblad
$58.00

Arkiv Engblad - 5368

Alger - Göteborgs Tapetfabrik and the designer Karin Ageman are the creators of the artistically-composed design Alger. Karin was a versatile artist, represented in numerous contexts both in Sweden and on the international scene. Dating originally from 1940, the design is called Motto: Alger. Motto stands for what we call theme nowadays. Themes that offer a type of kinship for different designs. Alger is related to Näckros, for instance. A striking design whose austere yet flowing lines spread beautifully over a wall. In this collection, we’ve given it four gorgeous colorways. Show collection Arkiv Engblad
$58.00

Arkiv Engblad - 5369

Alger - Göteborgs Tapetfabrik and the designer Karin Ageman are the creators of the artistically-composed design Alger. Karin was a versatile artist, represented in numerous contexts both in Sweden and on the international scene. Dating originally from 1940, the design is called Motto: Alger. Motto stands for what we call theme nowadays. Themes that offer a type of kinship for different designs. Alger is related to Näckros, for instance. A striking design whose austere yet flowing lines spread beautifully over a wall. In this collection, we’ve given it four gorgeous colorways. Show collection Arkiv Engblad
$58.00

Arkiv Engblad - 5370

Alger - Göteborgs Tapetfabrik and the designer Karin Ageman are the creators of the artistically-composed design Alger. Karin was a versatile artist, represented in numerous contexts both in Sweden and on the international scene. Dating originally from 1940, the design is called Motto: Alger. Motto stands for what we call theme nowadays. Themes that offer a type of kinship for different designs. Alger is related to Näckros, for instance. A striking design whose austere yet flowing lines spread beautifully over a wall. In this collection, we’ve given it four gorgeous colorways. Show collection Arkiv Engblad
$58.00

Arkiv Engblad - 5371

Alger - Göteborgs Tapetfabrik and the designer Karin Ageman are the creators of the artistically-composed design Alger. Karin was a versatile artist, represented in numerous contexts both in Sweden and on the international scene. Dating originally from 1940, the design is called Motto: Alger. Motto stands for what we call theme nowadays. Themes that offer a type of kinship for different designs. Alger is related to Näckros, for instance. A striking design whose austere yet flowing lines spread beautifully over a wall. In this collection, we’ve given it four gorgeous colorways. Show collection Arkiv Engblad
$58.00

Arkiv Engblad - 5372

Näckros - This is where it began. The idea for this collection came from Näckros, a wonderful design created in the 1950s by Göteborgs Tapetfabrik. It expresses itself through colors and shapes that form a wonderful pattern in which no two flowers are alike. The blossoms and water fuse into one with a natural, vivid charm through the skilful brush strokes of Bent Karlby, the Danish architect and designer. In addition to frequent commissions from Göteborgs Tapetfabrik in the 1950s, Bent Karlby also designed lamps and textiles. His popular designs are characterised by his love of decorative elements combined with modernism, often with natural and botanical themes. Näckros and Alger love sharing a home. Bold dark blue or maybe light blue with turquoise Alger.Show collection Arkiv Engblad
$74.00

Arkiv Engblad - 5373

Näckros - This is where it began. The idea for this collection came from Näckros, a wonderful design created in the 1950s by Göteborgs Tapetfabrik. It expresses itself through colors and shapes that form a wonderful pattern in which no two flowers are alike. The blossoms and water fuse into one with a natural, vivid charm through the skilful brush strokes of Bent Karlby, the Danish architect and designer. In addition to frequent commissions from Göteborgs Tapetfabrik in the 1950s, Bent Karlby also designed lamps and textiles. His popular designs are characterised by his love of decorative elements combined with modernism, often with natural and botanical themes. Näckros and Alger love sharing a home. Bold dark blue or maybe light blue with turquoise Alger. Show collection Arkiv Engblad
$74.00

Arkiv Engblad - 5374

Näckros - This is where it began. The idea for this collection came from Näckros, a wonderful design created in the 1950s by Göteborgs Tapetfabrik. It expresses itself through colors and shapes that form a wonderful pattern in which no two flowers are alike. The blossoms and water fuse into one with a natural, vivid charm through the skilful brush strokes of Bent Karlby, the Danish architect and designer. In addition to frequent commissions from Göteborgs Tapetfabrik in the 1950s, Bent Karlby also designed lamps and textiles. His popular designs are characterised by his love of decorative elements combined with modernism, often with natural and botanical themes. Näckros and Alger love sharing a home. Bold dark blue or maybe light blue with turquoise Alger. Show collection Arkiv Engblad
$74.00

Arkiv Engblad - 5375

Blad - Here's a surface print that's reminiscent of the 1950s and 60s, with its impressive and playful line-up of leaves. We located it at Ljungqvists Tapetfabrik and it has the mark of Frank Design in London stamped on it. We're enchanted by all these leaves! They come in two stunning colorways that are particularly suitable for kitchens, hallways and studies. Show collection Arkiv Engblad
$58.00

Arkiv Engblad - 5376

Blad - Here's a surface print that's reminiscent of the 1950s and 60s, with its impressive and playful line-up of leaves. We located it at Ljungqvists Tapetfabrik and it has the mark of Frank Design in London stamped on it. We're enchanted by all these leaves! They come in two stunning colorways that are particularly suitable for kitchens, hallways and studies. Show collection Arkiv Engblad
$58.00

Arkiv Engblad - 5377

Lotura was extra durable wallpaper with simple designs that could adorn most walls in most homes. The name comes from Ivar Johnsson, who was nicknamed "Lotura" when he worked at Engblads Tapetfabrik, the wallpaper factory where the design came into being in 1957. Typical for the era with its linear style. Gravure and screen printing are used to create its fine, distinct lines. We decided to keep a link to the 50s with subdued pastels and a lively lemon yellow. The softness and simplicity of its style bring an almost monochromatic feel to this design. Lotura goes beautifully with Gårda, Ljungqvist Blad and Stilleben. Kitchens, open-plan spaces, hallways or children's rooms - this wallpaper looks right in just about any space. Show collection Arkiv Engblad
$58.00

Arkiv Engblad - 5378

Lotura was extra durable wallpaper with simple designs that could adorn most walls in most homes. The name comes from Ivar Johnsson, who was nicknamed "Lotura" when he worked at Engblads Tapetfabrik, the wallpaper factory where the design came into being in 1957. Typical for the era with its linear style. Gravure and screen printing are used to create its fine, distinct lines. We decided to keep a link to the 50s with subdued pastels and a lively lemon yellow. The softness and simplicity of its style bring an almost monochromatic feel to this design. Lotura goes beautifully with Gårda, Ljungqvist Blad and Stilleben. Kitchens, open-plan spaces, hallways or children's rooms - this wallpaper looks right in just about any space. Show collection Arkiv Engblad
$58.00

Arkiv Engblad - 5379

Lotura was extra durable wallpaper with simple designs that could adorn most walls in most homes. The name comes from Ivar Johnsson, who was nicknamed "Lotura" when he worked at Engblads Tapetfabrik, the wallpaper factory where the design came into being in 1957. Typical for the era with its linear style. Gravure and screen printing are used to create its fine, distinct lines. We decided to keep a link to the 50s with subdued pastels and a lively lemon yellow. The softness and simplicity of its style bring an almost monochromatic feel to this design. Lotura goes beautifully with Gårda, Ljungqvist Blad and Stilleben. Kitchens, open-plan spaces, hallways or children's rooms - this wallpaper looks right in just about any space. Show collection Arkiv Engblad
$58.00

Arkiv Engblad - 5380

Lotura was extra durable wallpaper with simple designs that could adorn most walls in most homes. The name comes from Ivar Johnsson, who was nicknamed "Lotura" when he worked at Engblads Tapetfabrik, the wallpaper factory where the design came into being in 1957. Typical for the era with its linear style. Gravure and screen printing are used to create its fine, distinct lines. We decided to keep a link to the 50s with subdued pastels and a lively lemon yellow. The softness and simplicity of its style bring an almost monochromatic feel to this design. Lotura goes beautifully with Gårda, Ljungqvist Blad and Stilleben. Kitchens, open-plan spaces, hallways or children's rooms - this wallpaper looks right in just about any space. Show collection Arkiv Engblad
$58.00

Arkiv Engblad - 5381

Lotura was extra durable wallpaper with simple designs that could adorn most walls in most homes. The name comes from Ivar Johnsson, who was nicknamed "Lotura" when he worked at Engblads Tapetfabrik, the wallpaper factory where the design came into being in 1957. Typical for the era with its linear style. Gravure and screen printing are used to create its fine, distinct lines. We decided to keep a link to the 50s with subdued pastels and a lively lemon yellow. The softness and simplicity of its style bring an almost monochromatic feel to this design. Lotura goes beautifully with Gårda, Ljungqvist Blad and Stilleben. Kitchens, open-plan spaces, hallways or children's rooms - this wallpaper looks right in just about any space. Show collection Arkiv Engblad
$58.00

Arkiv Engblad - 5382

Gårda - We’re not entirely sure whether it's the 1940s or 50s. What we do know, however, is that we fell head over heels for Gårda when we unearthed this hand-painted gem. It exudes a certain naivety and has many a tale to tell. This surface print comes from Ljungqvists Tapetfabrik and the original bears the mark of the German workshop, Atelier Willy Hermann. Gårda forms a harmonious combination with Lotura and the pastels in Sigill. We’ve produced a multicolored and a gray color scheme on a white background that looks especially good in the hallway, kitchen, study, reading corner and children’s room. Show collection Arkiv Engblad
$58.00

Arkiv Engblad - 5383

Gårda - We’re not entirely sure whether it's the 1940s or 50s. What we do know, however, is that we fell head over heels for Gårda when we unearthed this hand-painted gem. It exudes a certain naivety and has many a tale to tell. This surface print comes from Ljungqvists Tapetfabrik and the original bears the mark of the German workshop, Atelier Willy Hermann. Gårda forms a harmonious combination with Lotura and the pastels in Sigill. We’ve produced a multicolored and a gray color scheme on a white background that looks especially good in the hallway, kitchen, study, reading corner and children’s room. Show collection Arkiv Engblad
$58.00

Arkiv Engblad - 5384

Norrköping - You find yourself automatically stroking your hand over Norrköping. The design originates from the 1960s, created by the German workshop, Atelier Willy Hermann, whose services were frequently used by the factory in Norrköping. An exciting design that we’ve remodelled many times. We love the worn look of the original so much that we decided to keep it. Norrköping is an eye-catching block pattern that feels exactly right today. The indigo blue makes us think of jeans, while the light blue is elegantly discreet in large living rooms and an obvious choice if you want a bright and beautiful look. The black-and-white design takes us back to the 60s, the Beatles and Rock ‘n’ Roll. It’s amazing that one pattern can be so expressive! Show collection Arkiv Engblad
$58.00

Arkiv Engblad - 5385

Norrköping - You find yourself automatically stroking your hand over Norrköping. The design originates from the 1960s, created by the German workshop, Atelier Willy Hermann, whose services were frequently used by the factory in Norrköping. An exciting design that we’ve remodelled many times. We love the worn look of the original so much that we decided to keep it. Norrköping is an eye-catching block pattern that feels exactly right today. The indigo blue makes us think of jeans, while the light blue is elegantly discreet in large living rooms and an obvious choice if you want a bright and beautiful look. The black-and-white design takes us back to the 60s, the Beatles and Rock ‘n’ Roll. It’s amazing that one pattern can be so expressive! Show collection Arkiv Engblad
$58.00

Arkiv Engblad - 5386

Norrköping - You find yourself automatically stroking your hand over Norrköping. The design originates from the 1960s, created by the German workshop, Atelier Willy Hermann, whose services were frequently used by the factory in Norrköping. An exciting design that we’ve remodelled many times. We love the worn look of the original so much that we decided to keep it. Norrköping is an eye-catching block pattern that feels exactly right today. The indigo blue makes us think of jeans, while the light blue is elegantly discreet in large living rooms and an obvious choice if you want a bright and beautiful look. The black-and-white design takes us back to the 60s, the Beatles and Rock ‘n’ Roll. It’s amazing that one pattern can be so expressive! Show collection Arkiv Engblad
$58.00
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