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Join us to tour the rooms of an 18th century castle, on to the lowly crofts of the early 19th century and finally the modern style-conscious home. There is a unique story behind each of the wallpapers in Boråstapeter’s new collection – Karlslund.

Karlslund - 2901

It is the 1940s and the renovation of a historic house in Malmö is well underway. On a few old beams in one of the gable rooms, a worker finds pieces of this wallpaper. As it turns out, he had found the oldest wallpaper in the Nordic region, dating back to 1564.
$97.00

Karlslund - 2902

City man, Count and ambassador Carl Gustaf Tessin lives his life in the 1700s with a great passion for art. He asks the prestigious designer Swen B Liungqvist to paint the beautiful wallpaper for his home, Åkerö castle, on an island in the lake Yngaren in Södermanland. This is one of them.
$97.00

Karlslund - 2903

Hammarby farm fulfills Carl Linnaeus’ dreams of a “retreat from Uppsala’s unhealthy environment”. In 1758, he buys the property, where he adds a house and a museum for all of his collections. This wallpaper will adorn the daughters’ bedroom.
$97.00

Karlslund - 2904

Hammarby farm fulfills Carl Linnaeus’ dreams of a “retreat from Uppsala’s unhealthy environment”. In 1758, he buys the property, where he adds a house and a museum for all of his collections. This wallpaper will adorn the daughters’ bedroom.
$97.00

Karlslund - 2905

Hammarby farm fulfills Carl Linnaeus’ dreams of a “retreat from Uppsala’s unhealthy environment”. In 1758, he buys the property, where he adds a house and a museum for all of his collections. This wallpaper will adorn the daughters’ bedroom.
$97.00

Karlslund - 2906

Hammarby farm fulfills Carl Linnaeus’ dreams of a “retreat from Uppsala’s unhealthy environment”. In 1758, he buys the property, where he adds a house and a museum for all of his collections. This wallpaper will adorn the daughters’ bedroom.
$97.00

Karlslund - 2907

It is the 9th of July 1766. Tonight the recently inaugurated Drottningsholms theatre at the royal palace will give its premiere performance and the actor’s room backstage is full of energy and activity. The Gustavian wallpaper in the background helps inspire the actors for the evening.
$97.00

Karlslund - 2908

It is the 9th of July 1766. Tonight the recently inaugurated Drottningsholms theatre at the royal palace will give its premiere performance and the actor’s room backstage is full of energy and activity. The Gustavian wallpaper in the background helps inspire the actors for the evening.
$97.00

Karlslund - 2909

It is the 9th of July 1766. Tonight the recently inaugurated Drottningsholms theatre at the royal palace will give its premiere performance and the actor’s room backstage is full of energy and activity. The Gustavian wallpaper in the background helps inspire the actors for the evening
$97.00

Karlslund - 2910

Queen Lovisa Ulrika dies in 1782. Hopefully she was not aware then that her beloved Svartsjö palace would soon stand empty, slowing decaying for a long time to come. In fact, more than a hundred years would pass by before the abandoned, derelict palace on the island of Färingsö was finally restored – but for a different function. Its buildings were converted to a prison for forced labor and until 1966, the palace housed high-risk criminals. Forty years later, a new effort to re-create the original style of the palace is initiated. Among other things, decorative painter and artist Hanna Säfström hand paints wallpaper based on original examples. This wallpaper is one of her amazing works, a reinterpretation of the 1700s as Queen Lovisa Ulrika would have experienced it.
$97.00

Karlslund - 2911

Queen Lovisa Ulrika dies in 1782. Hopefully she was not aware then that her beloved Svartsjö palace would soon stand empty, slowing decaying for a long time to come. In fact, more than a hundred years would pass by before the abandoned, derelict palace on the island of Färingsö was finally restored – but for a different function. Its buildings were converted to a prison for forced labour and until 1966, the palace housed high-risk criminals. Forty years later, a new effort to re-create the original style of the palace is initiated. Among other things, decorative painter and artist Hanna Säfström hand paints wallpaper based on original examples. This wallpaper is one of her amazing works, a reinterpretation of the 1700s as Queen Lovisa Ulrika would have experienced it.
$97.00

Karlslund - 2912

Queen Lovisa Ulrika dies in 1782. Hopefully she was not aware then that her beloved Svartsjö palace would soon stand empty, slowing decaying for a long time to come. In fact, more than a hundred years would pass by before the abandoned, derelict palace on the island of Färingsö was finally restored – but for a different function. Its buildings were converted to a prison for forced labour and until 1966, the palace housed high-risk criminals. Forty years later, a new effort to re-create the original style of the palace is initiated. Among other things, decorative painter and artist Hanna Säfström hand paints wallpaper based on original examples. This wallpaper is one of her amazing works, a reinterpretation of the 1700s as Queen Lovisa Ulrika would have experienced it.
$97.00

Karlslund - 2913

One beautiful day factory-owner Hedenström receives an exceptional gift. It is an amazingly beautiful hand-printed wallpaper in the baroque style that has been taken care of at a manor house in Finland. Today, nearly two centuries later, the wallpaper is brought out from its safe haven and given new life.
$97.00

Karlslund - 2914

We are in one of the Danish loyalists’ strongholds and it is in the first half of the 1800s. Here,
 near Övraby in the middle of the forests, lies the old cottage, called the “Danish Olle’s farm”. The walls in the cottage’s rooms are decorated with a stencil painted on paper. This wallpaper was created from the hand-painted pattern, in cooperation with Regional museum in Kristianstad.
$97.00

Karlslund - 2915

We are in one of the Danish loyalists’ strongholds and it is in the first half of the 1800s. Here,
 near Övraby in the middle of the forests, lies the old cottage, called the “Danish Olle’s farm”. The walls in the cottage’s rooms are decorated with a stencil painted on paper. This wallpaper was created from the hand-painted pattern, in cooperation with Regional museum in Kristianstad.
$97.00

Karlslund - 2916

We are in one of the Danish loyalists’ strongholds and it is in the first half of the 1800s. Here,
 near Övraby in the middle of the forests, lies the old cottage, called the “Danish Olle’s farm”. The walls in the cottage’s rooms are decorated with a stencil painted on paper. This wallpaper was created from the hand-painted pattern, in cooperation with Regional museum in Kristianstad.
$97.00

Karlslund - 2917

Near “Danish Olle’s farm”, deep in the woods outside Göinge, we find the old dwelling Lindo Torp. It is the early 1800s and the cottage’s dining room is beautifully decorated with this wallpaper.
$97.00

Karlslund - 2918

Near “Danish Olle’s farm”, deep in the woods outside Göinge, we find the old dwelling Lindo Torp. It is the early 1800s and the cottage’s dining room is beautifully decorated with this wallpaper.
$97.00

Karlslund - 2919

Near “Danish Olle’s farm”, deep in the woods outside Göinge, we find the old dwelling Lindo Torp. It is the early 1800s and the cottage’s dining room is beautifully decorated with this wallpaper.
$97.00

Karlslund - 2920

Near “Danish Olle’s farm”, deep in the woods outside Göinge, we find the old dwelling Lindo Torp. It is the early 1800s and the cottage’s dining room is beautifully decorated with this wallpaper.
$97.00

Karlslund - 2921

The wave of industrialism changes society in many ways. Ordinary people now have access to so things that previously belonged to the realm of the bourgeoisie. A perfect example is wallpaper, often taking extravagance to a higher level with pompous patterns and grand designs. Case in point: Blossom Trail from Gothenburg Tapetfabrik from the year 1862.
$97.00

Karlslund - 2922

The wave of industrialism changes society in many ways. Ordinary people now have access to so things that previously belonged to the realm of the bourgeoisie. A perfect example is wallpaper, often taking extravagance to a higher level with pompous patterns and grand designs. Case in point: Blossom Trail from Gothenburg Tapetfabrik from the year 1862.
$97.00

Karlslund - 2923

The wave of industrialism changes society in many ways. Ordinary people now have access to so things that previously belonged to the realm of the bourgeoisie. A perfect example is wallpaper, often taking extravagance to a higher level with pompous patterns and grand designs. Case in point: Blossom Trail from Gothenburg Tapetfabrik from the year 1862.
$97.00

Karlslund - 2924

In 1782, Consul Oscar Ekman acquires Bjärka Säby, a spectacular manor located in Östergötland. The Ekman family soon built a school, old-age home, infirmary and housing for working class families on the estate. You can see this beautiful wallpaper in the palace’s mezzanine.
$97.00

Karlslund - 2925

In 1782, Consul Oscar Ekman acquires Bjärka Säby, a spectacular manor located in Östergötland. The Ekman family soon built a school, old-age home, infirmary and housing for working class families on the estate. You can see this beautiful wallpaper in the palace’s mezzanine.
$97.00
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