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.
Deciding what to hang on the walls can be pretty tricky. Do you want your wall covered floor-to-ceiling with pictures? A cluster in the middle? A few prints that may be a little larger – or something completely different? The possibilities are endless, and starting this year you can order fully-assembled and framed prints from Photowall. You can choose between finished designs, or your own pictures. Let's take a closer look at the range (it's big!) and consider how your own picture wall can be created.
As soon as the calendar switches to November, I think it's okay to start thinking about Christmas crafts! Because starting now reduces stress levels and makes more time for fun – crafting in peace and quiet. You don't need any prior skills to succeed with these, and each project can be completed in 15 minutes. So sharpen the scissors, bring out the ruler and the creative desire - here comes some Christmas inspiration!
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.
It really is a wonderful feeling, getting creative with simple things, or even reusing things you have at home, right? In this article we'll give you tips on fun, creative and simple handicrafts that are perfect to make when you have a day off.
Before back to school time, have a bit of extra fun preparing and jazzing up new material such as notebooks, pens, binders, book marks and more. With a little wallpaper you can make a stylish school kit that is sure to make lessons just that little bit more fun! Anna María shows you how to easily make a note pad, stylish pens and personal bookmarks in no time at all!
Here are three nice and simple DIY ideas that you can easily do to spice up a kid's room with very little effort. Anna María shows you three simple ways to make changes in a kid's room without redecorating. In our step by step guide, learn how to create a hanging decoration for the wall from wallpaper, a month board and how you can easily redecorate a dolls' house.
With In My Mind collection, Erica Jacobson lets us into her exuberant material world, filled with colourful patterns that radiate joy and energy. Her intuitive sense of colour and form has become her distinguishing trait and her characteristic expression emerges in every wallpaper pattern.
Photowall's new wallpaper collection, DAWN CHORUS, is a colourful assortment of beautiful spring-inspired patterns by the Swedish illustrator Saga-Mariah Sandberg. The collection draws upon the thematic motifs of Nordic nature. It consists of eight hand-drawn wallpaper designs full of meadow flowers, magnificent roses and Swedish forest berries.
Saga-Mariah Sandberg is the mind behind the designs of the DAWN CHORUS wallpaper collection. This collection draws upon the thematic motifs of Nordic nature and consists of eight hand-drawn wallpaper designs full of meadow flowers, magnificent roses, and Swedish forest berries. In our interview with Saga-Mariah she talks about her love of nature and describes the inspiration behind the wallpaper motifs.
What do the latest interior trends look like for 2019? What have been the highlights of the largest interior design fairs? Blogger, creator, and DIY pro Anna María Larsson summarizes the year's trends so that you can navigate them with ease. Join us in this deep dive!
We are pleased to welcome Anna María Larsson, a new blogger here who will offer all sorts of insights; everything from inspirational and fun DIY projects to spotting the year’s latests trends. In our interview, she tells us a bit about herself, including what inspires her, and she gives us three handy tips on getting started with your own creative projects.
It is our pleasure to introduce a new design collaboration with the Swedish textile artist Lena Holtzberg. Lena has worked as a pattern designer for over 20 years. In the past she has worked for H&M and has been commissioned by several Swedish wallpaper and textile companies such as Höie of Scandinavia and Åhlens. She has also worked on various projects throughout England and Italy.This wallpaper collection, “Joyous Creations”, is her first series for Photowall. It is a tribute to nature, in which flowers and the splendor of nature take primary focus.
Lemon co-founder Kevin Frankental and his wife Kim Frankental - creative director of Maison design studio, visit Stockholm and Photowall for the first time. We asked them a few questions about travelling and about their first-time experience of Stockholm.