French bistro meets Japanese kimono

Three of our popular designs get new colourways.
Plenty more fish - reminiscent of a Japanese woodcut technique. Picnic - our interpretation of the classic gingham check. Ikat - which has borrowed its name from the ikat textiles.
The inspiration comes from red and white tablecloths at a French bistro and the beautiful fabrics you can see in Japanese kimonos.
The tonality is ink blue, brick red and natural flax, and will be a beautiful addition to the collection LvBvol2.

Timeless wallpapers for contemporary living. Designed to create an intimate and decorated atmosphere to your interior. All patterns are drawn by hand. All wallpapers are traditionally printed and manufactured in Sweden.

Hares in Hiding

en lek med naturens oregelbundenhet.
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design: emma von brömssen

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We believe that a beautifully decorated space is essential for our wellbeing.