Right now, many of us work from home. Whether it's your own study or a small work area in the kitchen, your home office deserves some style! With these two simple fixes, your home office is guaranteed to feel cozier.
We are in the midst of a pandemic, and the wind of change is constantly blowing. We hardly know what to expect from next week – or tomorrow, for that matter. We rethink and adapt. Let's look at where the trends are heading in 2021, despite the uncertainty around us.
With the spring here and the summer coming up at a time when many of us stay at home, we want the home to feel homey and cozy. An easy way to achieve this is with wallpaper! Let's look at which trends we see on the walls this summer.
A new decade and new trends! What do the interior design trends for 2020 actually look like? What stands out at the big interior design trade fairs? Anna María Larsson helps you find your way through the maze of trends.
INTERRUPTED UNIVERSE is an expressive and eye-catching wallpaper collection created by the Argentinian artist Sebastian Scaglione, known more as CEVO. We sat down with the Stockholm-based artist to find out more about his work and process.
What happens if I spill or splash food on the wallpaper? Can a child who uses the wall as a car track scratch the wallpaper? Can the wallpaper get scratched by other means? Can leftover wallpaper be used as a crafting material? What is the difference between standard and premium in terms of quality? I was asking myself this and other questions before I put Photowall's wallpapers to the ultimate wallpaper test. Both wallpapers are durable, washable and environmentally friendly. But what happens if I put them to my tough tests? Join the test lab and get answers to all questions as well as some tips and tricks that you may find useful before choosing wallpaper.
Fine little days as Elisabeth Dunker makes such incredibly nice things. A favourite is the Spruce patterned wallpaper, available in six variants. Black spruce on white and gray background and white spruce on gray, green, brown and beige background. Finnish interior designer Susanna Vinto has wallpapered with black spruce on white her daughter’s room. Wonderfully fine I think.