Collected seeds from a botanical garden, a paradise allotment and a forbidden banana in an apple tree are just some of the ingredients in the wall mural collection entitled Fruta Proibida. Iwa Herdensjö, the designer behind the collection, has an exciting, personal, extravagant style that stands out from the crowd. Fruta Proibida is her first wall mural collection.“The wall mural format means working with patterns that cover whole rooms, which is a nice challenge. It’s fascinating to work with elements that are so tone-setting and make up such a big part of someone’s personal environment. I’m a textile designer from the beginning, so working with paper and wallpaper has certainly been quite a departure from clothing and fabrics,” says Iwa Herdensjö.Fruta Proibida is available exclusively from Photowall and comprises five motifs, all in two different colour schemes. The murals are printed to size and cost £32 per square metre.
German designer Olaf Hajek, Dutch design studio Lilesadi and Austrian illustrator Padma Bhatt are behind Photowall’s latest design initiative. The motifs from the three designers all have different expressions. Olaf Hajek has worked with acrylic on wooden board, Padma Bhatt has drawn her motifs using a range of different analogue techniques, and Lilesadi has worked digitally with different structures and geometric shapes.“We are passionate about working with different designers and are thrilled to be able to present many international collaborations. We aim to have more of this kind of collaboration in the future,” says Niklas Johansson, co-founder of Photowall.The motifs are available exclusively from Photowall as made-to-measure wall murals. Lilesadi’s motif Marble 2.0 and Padma Bhatt’s Bird dreams cost £33 per square metre, and Olaf Hajek’s Bouquet costs £35 per square metre.
Today we are proud to present our latest wall mural collection: the My favourite things collection, by five talented illustrators from London-based agency Peppercookies. The challenge for the illustrators was to depict their very favourite things, and the result is everything from graphical buildings resting on soft clouds, to colourful flowery meadows.The five talented illustrators behind the designs are Lisa Billvik, Mira Nameth and design duo Edholm Ullenius from Sweden, and Danes Mia Maria Overgaard and Michelle Carlslund.Read more about the illustrators and the motifs below.
Photowall is adding to its design collaborations with the collection My favourite things.Five illustrators from London-based agency Peppercookies were asked to create two different designs each, an individual take on their very favourite things.“It’s always about a creative process and it’s that something you can feel, that something real, that brings out that something extra. Things that mean a lot to you, that you like, tend to do that. That was the point of departure for this collection,” says Niklas Johansson, co-founder of Photowall.The collection spans everything from graphical buildings resting on soft clouds, to colourful flowery meadows. The five talented illustrators behind the designs are Lisa Billvik, Mira Nameth and design duo Edholm Ullenius from Sweden, and Danes Mia Maria Overgaard and Michelle Carlslund.My favourite things is available exclusively from Photowall and includes 10 designs. All the designs can be ordered to size and cost £33 per square metre.All the photographs for the collection have been styled by Linda Åhman and shot by Jonas Gustavsson. Read more about the illustrators and their designs in our blog.
Easter is finally here. Here at the wall mural factory, we have made ornamental lanterns from the Beetles and Flourish motifs in our Peppercookies wall mural collection. They’re very easy to make – check out our guide and make your own in just a few minutes.Wishing you a wonderful Easter!Kind regardsfrom all of us at Photowall
Serpentine flowers, graphic forms and colourful trees. German designer Olaf Hajek, Dutch design studio Lilesadi and Austrian illustrator Padma Bhatt are behind Photowall’s latest design initiative. Our personal preference is Bouquet for the kitchen wall, Marble 2.0 to rejuvenate the living room, and Bird dreams in the hall.
Architects, interior designers and now psychologists believe that interior aesthetics can have a huge effect on decision making and emotional responses. Certain colours can influence emotional health and alter brain functioning, and different patterns have proven to evoke a sense of excitement and hypersensitivity. There are a number of neuroaesthetic studies that have concluded how space, light and colours in a room all deeply effect your well-being. We’re now aware that the way light enters your room, the home accessories we proudly display, down to the shape and texture of our furniture all have a role to play in how our homes make us feel.Here, we explore how to put these into practice to help give your home a happy feeling.SpaceBeautifully arranged interior spaces can promote health and happiness, and can even help boost your concentration and mental stimulation. Minimalism through channelling popular home trends, such as Nordic-inspired interiors, is a fabulous way to de-clutter while giving your home a modern update. The Scandi-style of interior design is renowned for utilising small spaces through clever storage solutions – you can simply add this into your own home by using open shelving and furniture that has multiple functions.
Team Hawaii, the design duo based in Stockholm, are behind Photowall’s latest design collection Nature calling. The collection has a distinct focus on nature and contains five motifs, all inspired by the great outdoors.“Mother Nature was our inspiration for our collection for Photowall, both as an environment in the Snail trail motif, but also in still-life form in Friends in need and Darwin on a plate. The latter is also our personal favourite – multifaceted and suggesting mystical origins,” say Malin Grundström and Anne Gustavsson, who make up Team Hawaii.Nature calling is available exclusively from Photowall and comprises five motifs. All the motifs can be ordered to size and cost £35 per square metre.
Sleeping owls, colourful mountain peaks and billowing mushrooms with both eyes and windows. Jenny von Döbeln’s collection has been inspired by a make-believe world filled with forest mystery and playful details.The collection is available from Photowall and comprises six motifs. The motifs are available as made-to-measure wall murals costing £31 per square metre.Any proceeds from the sales will go in full to Doctors Without Borders.
A happy cat on a fairground ride, an elephant strolling around town and a giraffe with the travel bug. The designs in the Fabel collection (Fabel is Swedish for Fable) contain plenty of ingredients for many a good bedtime story – something the collection’s creator Ingela P Arrhenius was keen to achieve. Her personal favourite is the Town design, inspired by picture books she enjoyed as a young girl.“When I was young I loved seeing city motifs in picture books, there’s always so much to discover. I envisage Town as a feature wall in a playful, colourful children’s bedroom,” says Ingela P Arrhenius.Ingela’s unique style is characterised by colourful, retro-scented patterns that are known and loved around the world. The collection for Photowall comprises eight designs – each in two different colour schemes and with a number of different stories.“The designs in my collection vary widely – a forest, a town, a fairground, to name but a few. However, they go together in terms of style. I simply wanted to work exclusively with all kinds of different motifs that I enjoy as an adult, but which are mainly intended for children’s rooms. I’ve loved working with wallpaper and thinking on a large scale,” says Ingela P Arrhenius.Fabel is available exclusively from Photowall as made-to-measure wall murals costing £32 per square metre. The interior photos were styled and taken by Sofia Jansson/Mokkasin.
The New York skyline, the splendid silhouette of the Eiffel Tower and impressive Big Ben. Avery Tillmon’s collection for Photowall gives city lovers their fill. The collection is exclusive to Photowall and comprises 19 motifs. All the motifs are available as made-to-measure wall murals costing GBP 29 per square metre, and as canvas prints costing from GBP 20.
Swedish photo gallery 1x was founded in 2007 and today features works by an impressive number of photographers from around the world. Several designs are now available from Photowall as made-to-measure wall murals costing £29 per square metre. Pictured, the design Green Barley Field.
Now we are broadening our range with wall mural designs by Swedish artist and illustrator Nadja Wedin. Colourful fairy-tale patterns with a host of fine details.Nadja Wedin’s wall mural designs are works of art in themselves. They include budgerigars, butterflies and flowers in delightfully colourful settings. Nadja’s four designs come in two different colour schemes and are available from Photowall as made-to-measure wall murals costing £32 per square metre. Pictured, the design Budgies Off White.
Elegant trees with branches and leaves created by gracious bluebells, plump apples and delicate lady’s mantle. Our unique design collaboration with Swedish designer Lotta Olsson has resulted in the collection Blossom trees.The collection comprises three designs, each available in two colour schemes. They are available as made-to-measure wall murals costing £32 per square metre. The above design – Sugarplum Tree – is our best tip for brightening up your summer cottage walls.
Swedish designer Lotta Olsson trained at HDK – the School of Design and Crafts at the University of Gothenburg, and at the University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm. She creates eye-catching fairy-tale trees from plants she collects, presses and finally digitalises. The shapes of nature are her main source of inspiration.“I’m incredibly inspired by nature – above all the different shapes I can find and create beautiful patterns with. Over the years I’ve managed to amass a digital herbarium, and each detail in my designs has a story. Of course it’s particularly nice to be asked to create a wall mural collection – a large format does the designs justice,” says designer Lotta Olsson.The collection includes three designs: Sugarplum Tree, Mountain Pine and Apple Berry, all in two different colour schemes. They are available exclusively from Photowall as made-to-measure wall murals costing £32 per square metre.