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Boråstapeter is Sweden’s oldest and by far best-known and best-selling brand of wall coverings. Against a classic, timeless background they continuously develop the brand to satisfy the market’s interest in designs, colors and textures – Boråstapeter aims to be an inspiring role model in the wallpaper market.

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Falsterbo II - 4033

Wallpaper from the collection Falsterbo II in the color Green and pattern Large scale pattern, Floral.
$99.00

Falsterbo II - 4036

Wallpaper from the collection Falsterbo II in the color Green, Beige, White and pattern Large scale pattern, Floral.
$99.00

Falsterbo II - 4037

Wallpaper from the collection Falsterbo II in the color Black and pattern Large scale pattern, Floral.
$99.00

Falsterbo II - 4038

Wallpaper from the collection Falsterbo II in the color White and pattern Large scale pattern, Floral.
$99.00

Falsterbo II - 4039

Wallpaper from the collection Falsterbo II in the color Blue and pattern Large scale pattern, Floral.
$99.00

Falsterbo II - 4040

Wallpaper from the collection Falsterbo II in the color Black and pattern Large scale pattern, Floral.
$99.00

Jubileum - 5450

Magnolia It’s the defined contours of the flower’s petals that tell the story of the magnolia.A detail that proves that this wallpaper is an interpretation of the 19th century Japanese tinted woodcuts. The same art form that inspired artists such as Monet and Manet in the cafés of Montmartre during this time period. The geometrical backdrop is also Japanese, found in patterns on Yukata’s classic everyday costumes. Just like the stems of the plants, drawn according to eastern tradition with its stylized form. The magnolia pattern made it to Sweden thanks to Mirjam Korn who originally designed this wallpaper for the Linné collection in 2007.Show collection Jubileum
$69.00

Jubileum - 5451

Magnolia It’s the defined contours of the flower’s petals that tell the story of the magnolia.A detail that proves that this wallpaper is an interpretation of the 19th century Japanese tinted woodcuts. The same art form that inspired artists such as Monet and Manet in the cafés of Montmartre during this time period. The geometrical backdrop is also Japanese, found in patterns on Yukata’s classic everyday costumes. Just like the stems of the plants, drawn according to eastern tradition with its stylized form. The magnolia pattern made it to Sweden thanks to Mirjam Korn who originally designed this wallpaper for the Linné collection in 2007.Show collection Jubileum
$69.00

Jubileum - 5452

Magnolia It’s the defined contours of the flower’s petals that tell the story of the magnolia.A detail that proves that this wallpaper is an interpretation of the 19th century Japanese tinted woodcuts. The same art form that inspired artists such as Monet and Manet in the cafés of Montmartre during this time period. The geometrical backdrop is also Japanese, found in patterns on Yukata’s classic everyday costumes. Just like the stems of the plants, drawn according to eastern tradition with its stylized form. The magnolia pattern made it to Sweden thanks to Mirjam Korn who originally designed this wallpaper for the Linné collection in 2007.Show collection Jubileum
$69.00

Jubileum - 5453

Ackord When stripes became high fashion some hundred years ago, the lines had to be symmetrical and repeated with perfection. A lot has happened since then.Today we’re living in the golden age of stripes. Let your eyes linger on the striped coffee cup and you will instinctively know it is by Alfredo Häberli, with no resemblance to either Andy Warhol or Jean Paul Gautier and his sharp black and white lines. Stripes play with our minds and to­ day we no longer perceive them as separate lines, but rather as one pattern. Similar to the way it works in nature where fields or woods come in all kinds of different shapes and yet somehow manage to create a united harmony.This wallpaper from the 21st century is a virtual digital dream with no strict repetition as far as the eye can see.Show collection Jubileum
$54.00

Jubileum - 5454

Ackord When stripes became high fashion some hundred years ago, the lines had to be symmetrical and repeated with perfection. A lot has happened since then.Today we’re living in the golden age of stripes. Let your eyes linger on the striped coffee cup and you will instinctively know it is by Alfredo Häberli, with no resemblance to either Andy Warhol or Jean Paul Gautier and his sharp black and white lines. Stripes play with our minds and to­ day we no longer perceive them as separate lines, but rather as one pattern. Similar to the way it works in nature where fields or woods come in all kinds of different shapes and yet somehow manage to create a united harmony.This wallpaper from the 21st century is a virtual digital dream with no strict repetition as far as the eye can see.Show collection Jubileum
$54.00

Jubileum - 5455

Ackord When stripes became high fashion some hundred years ago, the lines had to be symmetrical and repeated with perfection. A lot has happened since then.Today we’re living in the golden age of stripes. Let your eyes linger on the striped coffee cup and you will instinctively know it is by Alfredo Häberli, with no resemblance to either Andy Warhol or Jean Paul Gautier and his sharp black and white lines. Stripes play with our minds and to­ day we no longer perceive them as separate lines, but rather as one pattern. Similar to the way it works in nature where fields or woods come in all kinds of different shapes and yet somehow manage to create a united harmony.This wallpaper from the 21st century is a virtual digital dream with no strict repetition as far as the eye can see.Show collection Jubileum
$54.00

Jubileum - 5456

Ackord When stripes became high fashion some hundred years ago, the lines had to be symmetrical and repeated with perfection. A lot has happened since then.Today we’re living in the golden age of stripes. Let your eyes linger on the striped coffee cup and you will instinctively know it is by Alfredo Häberli, with no resemblance to either Andy Warhol or Jean Paul Gautier and his sharp black and white lines. Stripes play with our minds and to­ day we no longer perceive them as separate lines, but rather as one pattern. Similar to the way it works in nature where fields or woods come in all kinds of different shapes and yet somehow manage to create a united harmony.This wallpaper from the 21st century is a virtual digital dream with no strict repetition as far as the eye can see.Show collection Jubileum
$54.00

Jubileum - 5457

Espri 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
$54.00

Jubileum - 5458

Espri 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
$54.00

Jubileum - 5459

Espri 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
$54.00

Jubileum - 5460

Espri 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
$54.00

Jubileum - 5462

Helena That special love for the worn and frazzled has followed many of us ever since our younger years when we loved our childhood toys to bits. Today, this hardwearing proof of allowing life in all of its shapes and sizes into our homes has become a personal passion for many of us. It has spread like wildfire into one of the strongest interior design trends of our time. This wallpaper from 2012 bears every sign of it. Medallion patterns and gracefully drawn roses in soft pastel with a touch a patina form an idyllic backdrop for everything that was ever personal, that ever captured the essence of you and that will always deserve its very own place in the limelight.Show collection Jubileum
$54.00

Jubileum - 5463

Helena That special love for the worn and frazzled has followed many of us ever since our younger years when we loved our childhood toys to bits. Today, this hardwearing proof of allowing life in all of its shapes and sizes into our homes has become a personal passion for many of us. It has spread like wildfire into one of the strongest interior design trends of our time. This wallpaper from 2012 bears every sign of it. Medallion patterns and gracefully drawn roses in soft pastel with a touch a patina form an idyllic backdrop for everything that was ever personal, that ever captured the essence of you and that will always deserve its very own place in the limelight.Show collection Jubileum
$54.00

Jubileum - 5464

Mizo was brought to Scandinavia courtesy of the Mediterranean preference for tiles and mosaic patterns. The design has a story that goes all the way back to the fall of the Roman Empire when Arab artists were left behind to fill in the gaps. According to Muslim tradition nothing from nature may be depicted, hence the Arabs became masters at producing repetitive mosaic patterns, virtually faultless in their excellence.The tiles were meant to be both inspiring and meditative.When wallpapering became an option, the pattern simply followed suit. The Mediterranean aura of this wallpaper comes from the 1960s and its characteristically warm and lively colors are still highly appreciated today. Show collection Jubileum
$54.00

Jubileum - 5465

Mizo was brought to Scandinavia courtesy of the Mediterranean preference for tiles and mosaic patterns. The design has a story that goes all the way back to the fall of the Roman Empire when Arab artists were left behind to fill in the gaps. According to Muslim tradition nothing from nature may be depicted, hence the Arabs became masters at producing repetitive mosaic patterns, virtually faultless in their excellence.The tiles were meant to be both inspiring and meditative.When wallpapering became an option, the pattern simply followed suit. The Mediterranean aura of this wallpaper comes from the 1960s.Show collection Jubileum
$54.00

Jubileum - 5466

Jordgubben These were the times when ABBA crashed into our living rooms with their bell­bottom trousers and the Muppets caused havoc on TV. Wallpapers were swinging like John Travolta’s crotch and alternated between patterns featuring round, warm shapes, green, orange, stroboscopic lines and revolutionary experiments in red and black. And there were strawberries just about everywhere. Sometimes on your coffee cup, but just as likely as a pattern on the living room curtains or as a brand new 1970s ice cream. And, of course, strawberries as wallpaper. Our passion for this sweetest of fruits was insatiable – perhaps because it is an eternal reminder of those summer days back when life was literally child’s play.Show collection Jubileum
$69.00

Jubileum - 5467

Funkis If you put your ear close enough, you might just pick up the hammer blows from the public housing projects that transformed Sweden during the 1950s and ’60s. This classic wallpaper from the Million Programme era is in fact the most sold wallpaper type in the history of Sweden. This Boroton design from Boråstapeter is a superb example of a time period where function and quality were key when papering the moulded concrete walls that rebuilt the country. The pattern’s traditional functional graphic pays an aesthetic tribute to both technology and mass production. Today, we see this old classic in a whole new light, still open to interpretation as it is a product of modernism. Who knows, you might even spot signs of modern graphics in the small patterned print that the building contractors of the time never even registered.Show collection Jubileum
$54.00

Jubileum - 5468

Funkis If you put your ear close enough, you might just pick up the hammer blows from the public housing projects that transformed Sweden during the 1950s and ’60s. This classic wallpaper from the Million Programme era is in fact the most sold wallpaper type in the history of Sweden. This Boroton design from Boråstapeter is a superb example of a time period where function and quality were key when papering the moulded concrete walls that rebuilt the country. The pattern’s traditional functional graphic pays an aesthetic tribute to both technology and mass production. Today, we see this old classic in a whole new light, still open to interpretation as it is a product of modernism. Who knows, you might even spot signs of modern graphics in the smallpatterned print that the building contractors of the time never even registered.Show collection Jubileum
$54.00

Jubileum - 5469

Funkis If you put your ear close enough, you might just pick up the hammer blows from the public housing projects that transformed Sweden during the 1950s and ’60s. This classic wallpaper from the Million Programme era is in fact the most sold wallpaper type in the history of Sweden. This Boroton design from Boråstapeter is a superb example of a time period where function and quality were key when papering the moulded concrete walls that rebuilt the country. The pattern’s traditional functional graphic pays an aesthetic tribute to both technology and mass production. Today, we see this old classic in a whole new light, still open to interpretation as it is a product of modernism. Who knows, you might even spot signs of modern graphics in the smallpatterned print that the building contractors of the time never even registered.Show collection Jubileum
$54.00
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