Boråstapeter’s Shades design combines fresh innovation with an aged patina. This wallpaper resembles a limewashed wall; every brush-stroke is distinct and the layered effect creates the illusion of both depth and tactility. Wallpaper in one-colored gray tones.
Aurora-Design by Lisbet Jobs.
Lisbet Jobs’ most distinguished plant pattern is grand and elegant with the beautiful cow parsnip in centre like the queen of meadow flowers. There’s a hint of the 1950’s angularity in the drawing. Aurora was designed in 1956. This is a photo-wall wallpaper.
Width = 35 7/16" * height = 8' 8 21/64" (90 cm x 265 cm) Show collection Scandinavian Designers II
Acanthus was designed back in the 1850s by Kåbergs Tapetfabrik using the block printing technique. It began to be mass produced in the late 1960s. Acanthus is a striking plant with stately spires of flowers and has long been a favourite and popular motif for designs. We are now giving it a new lease of life in six color schemes, one in a gorgeous shade of deep red and one a luxurious rendition in gold. Simply pick and choose!
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Kvarter - When this pattern was presented in the Eco Design collection from Eco in Borås in 2004, it was described as a relaxed extravagance with contemporary and bold designs. We've now updated Kvarter by emphasising its simple, geometric style that brings to mind an urban design plan. It’s a pattern that’s easy to like and is both ageless and fashionable at the same time. Something you can’t help liking without really knowing why. Kvarter makes a statement on its own. But if you feel it needs company, check out the light grays in the Eco Crayon collection.
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Knit is a free, rippling pattern, yet still with a sense of steadiness from the transverse lines. The vertical movement of the pattern has a natural feel and the wallpaper gives the impression of a plain surface, bringing a cozy ambiance to the room. Design by Ilse Crawford. Show collection Atmospheres
Alicia A bold flower pattern that brings a luxuriously elegant feel to any room, named after our own colorful rising star of the silver screen: Alicia Vikander. The beautiful, earthy colors both lift and complement the trend for white in interior design. Perfect for when you want to create a style-conscious yet traditional look in your home. Alicia Vikander is a talented Swedish actor who has quickly made an international name for herself. Show collection Beautiful Traditions
Greta The classical curve of this flower stalk is inspired by old porcelain patterns and lends the space a traditional sense of Nordic cool similar to that of Greta Garbo, after whom the wallpaper is named. Perfect for rustic interiors with a discreet, personal look. Greta Garbo was a famous Swedish actor who worked in America in the 1920s and ’30s. Show collection Beautiful Traditions
Zarah Classical medallion wallpapers are always in style, here in white. It is only fitting that revue star and primadonna Zarah Leander lends her name to this elegant, extravagant pattern that works well in different environments. Zarah Leander was a Swedish singer and actor most popular during the 1930s and ’40s. Show collection Beautiful Traditions
Karin Classical, striped wallpaper comes in endless varieties. Here it has been hand-drawn for a truly living feel, inspired by antique cushions. It is named after the artist and style icon Karin Larsson. Show collection Beautiful Traditions
Selma A calm, decoratively geometric pattern inspired by Selma Lagerlöf and her childhood at Mårbacka. This wallpaper makes an ideal background for plants and other more colorful interior elements. Selma Lagerlöf was a Swedish author and the first woman to win the Nobel Prize in literature. Show collection Beautiful Traditions
Stylised, rose inspired motifs with a rustic, linen structure and uncluttered design form – Linen Rose gives any room a visual appeal that is soft and almost upholstered in nature. Show collection Borosan Easy Up-17
This is a wallpaper from the 21st century where nature, people and industry seem to collapse together in a dancelike frenzy. It is truly a pattern full of contrasts. The handdrawn flowers are graphically designed yet manage to wind their way across the wall. Although Espri is more a story of art and nature coming together, the flowers appear to have been immersed in copper, which might explain the covering’s robust and mechanical feel. You can literally see the Nordic style grow across the wallpaper painted by an old, slightly wobbly hand. But if you look a little closer you will see how the nerves of the petals almost turn into twinkling neon lights.Show collection Jubileum
Are you a person prone to decorating your home with candelabra, teapots and embroidered cushions? Are you drawn to the combination of old, worn chests and industrial furniture, arranged in careless disorder but with spotless elegance? If so, you’re either a hipster or a Shabby Chic enthusiast. Viktoria is the Shabby Chic dream. It brings roses into your home, classically patinated in blue, white and light green. The print is picked up from a typically ’80s collection, during a time when vintage was a trend that gained momentum as a reaction to the overpriced furniture of the middle class. Today, you’ll find Shabby Chic followers in all corners of the world and this prevailing passion for what’s used, antique and just a little uncut seems to never fade.Show collection Jubileum
Lexington Company started out making bed linen from shirt material. Louisa is a homage to the classic striped work shirt. The design is printed using an engraving technique and has a fabric-like texture that softens the shirt stripes and gives the room a warm, pleasant feel. Suitable for a living room by the sea or a bedroom or children’s room in the heart of town. It takes its name from American author Louisa May Alcott, who was known for her books for young people and wrote Little Women, among others (1832-1888). Popular wallpaper with stripes in blue tones. Show collection Lexington
Stripes form the basis of New England style and Lexington’s identity. Stephen originates from a pin-striped man’s shirt that Lexington used as inspiration for their bed linen. It is printed using an old collograph printing technique, and is named after American author Stephen King, who wrote Carrie and Pet Sematary, among others (1947- ).Show collection Lexington
The powerful natural shapes of branches, offshoots from rivers and the veins of leaves always inspire us in our wallpaper patterns – something we are happy to put into print and highlight in a collection like Eco Nature. A gorgeous white wallpaper with a beautiful shimmer.
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Design by Arne Jacobsen.
Timeless yet modem design runs through all of Arne Jacobsen's work, so it is an extra source of joy that Klöver and his other textile patterns from the 1950s are now being reproduced as wallpaper.Show collection Scandinavian Designers
Grazia Design by Stig Lindberg. This is a never previously published design, making it one of the collection's absolute highlights. Gorgeous wallpaper with a white floral pattern on a gray background. Show collection Scandinavian Designers
Poem Dámour-Design by Stig Lindberg.
A pattern from the large, playful collection that Stig Lindberg composed for an exhibition at NK (the Nordic Company) in 1947. The managing director, Astrid Sampe fell in love with the pattern to such a degree that she had it turned into a dress. Stig Lindberg then made a necklace and bracelet of porcelain flowers for the dress that is now on display at the Nordic Museum. Show collection Scandinavian Designers II
Trollslända-Design by Gocken Jobs.
This pattern by Gocken Jobs was first designed for NK (the Nordic Company) and appeared at their great exhibition in 1945. The wallpaper is printed in our oldest surface-printing machine to make sure it has just the right feeling. Every inch of this wallpaper is a unique piece of art.#herbarium Show collection Scandinavian Designers II
DREAM Feminine in nature and delicately expressed through watercolor cherry blossom motifs. Simple, poetic and romantic, it’s easy to lose yourself in Dream’s silky, captivating depths. Show collection Sense of Silence
NOCTURNE A classic pattern from our archives, Nocturne features a tight floral pattern, hand-painted and presented in both light and dark shades. Timeless charm with a contemporary twist, perfectly complimenting the modern, trend-conscious home. Show collection Sense of Silence
Maple leaf wallpaper. A dream of climbing vines framing a peaceful Oriental garden, Japanese maple leaf motifs are complimented by smaller greenery on this stunning wallpaper Show collection Simplicity
The Tender wallpaper is based on a design classic; the diamond-shaped birdseye motif. To highlight the delicately hand-drawn feel of this softly geometrical pattern, Emma von Brömssen drew Tender using chalk. A finely crafted design ready and waiting to decorate your wall.
The romantic Fragrance design is a dreamy all-over mini-floral motif, designed by Emma von Brömssen. The appealing gentle coloration and the tactile texture make this wallpaper ideal for rooms of any size.
The Humble design is painted in watercolor by Emma von Brömssen on pure silk, and the delicate interaction of the fabric and paint is all in evidence. The soft and subdued checked pattern is stylishly decorative and brings feel-good to any interior.
Thanks to the print on linen-effect paper, the Senses design is more reminiscent of an oil-on-canvas artwork than a wallpaper. Emma von Brömssen has successfully breathed life into the leafy sprigs using pencil and watercolors.
Boråstapeter’s Shades design combines fresh innovation with an aged patina. This wallpaper resembles a limewashed wall; every brush-stroke is distinct and the layered effect creates the illusion of both depth and tactility. Wallpaper in one-colored beige tones.
MOLNTUSS is one of Hanna Werning's designs from her latest wallpaper collection Wonderland, designed for Boråstapeter. Wonderland is a gorgeous wallpaper collection filled with colors in a fantasy world.
Let’s play a game with dots. What else do you see? Is it perhaps the shape of a cloud? A chubby, woolly, fluffy blanket that is not clear to the eye unless you take a small step back.Show collection Wonderland
Zarah Classical medallion wallpapers are always in style, here in slightly milder tones with a touch of gold. It is only fitting that revue star and primadonna Zarah Leander lends her name to this elegant, extravagant pattern that works well in different environments. Zarah Leander was a Swedish singer and actor most popular during the 1930s and ’40s. Show collection Beautiful Traditions
Elsa An elegant, traditional, delicately floral wallpaper named after Elsa Beskow, who always made nature a part of her books. This pattern of small, gossamer leaves creates a tranquil and harmonious sense of greenery. It is easy to decorate with, and can be used throughout an entire room. Elsa Beskow was a Swedish children’s book writer and illustrator. Show collection Beautiful Traditions