Photowall is launching an exclusive design collaboration with the Swedish artist Emma Lindström. The wallpaper collection AURA includes 12 acrylic paintings with abstract and vibrant colour compositions. With harmonious and organic expressions, each wallpaper design invites you to experience visual relaxation and serenity.
Today Photowall is launching a new wall mural collection From Dawn to Dusk, captured by Swedish photographer Isabella Ståhl. The collection consists of ten atmospheric photographs with inspiration taken from Swedish nature, animals and wilderness. The collection is characterised by mysterious, dreamy and tranquil imagery.
Photowall is proud to present two new wallpaper motifs by Swedish designer Iwa Herdensjö. The colourful and trendy motifs, Blaze and Stunner, were inspired by Iwa’s work in fashion but with a more personal twist.
Hurrah! We’ve added even more Iwa Herdensjö motifs!
The wall mural trend of textured motifs is still going strong. We’re seeing concrete, marble, wood and brick textures everywhere this autumn, and here at Photowall, we are proud to present a new collection of textures. We recently joined forces with photographer M. Stenströmer to create the Travel Bug collection with 24 new motifs photographed on location all over the world.
When you are in the moment and actively searching for inspiration all around you, you will discover amazing things.
Today the designer and founder of the Swedish brand E.Leijon does a wallpaper debut with her collection Nordic Stories. The collection, created by Emelie Leijon, started with ceramics and quickly developed into both fabrics and tiles. Now it launched in the form of three wallpaper motifs, all in different color schemes.
From the head to the hand. Go behind the scenes where the prominent Norwegian designer Andreas Engesvik reveals how he went about creating wallpaper patterns for Photowall.
The annual hunt for Britain’s best amateur designer returned this year with The Great Interior Design Challenge. Nine contestants battled it out, transforming rooms in a plethora of properties up and down the country – including art deco flats, thatched cottages and modern town houses.