Similar to the fashion industry, the home decor industry also operates in cycles. We see suede and velvet coming back into play in the fashion industry, fabrics that are borrowed from our grandmother's time.
Inspired by the beauty of tradition, our newest wallpaper collection by Sandberg consists of 8 designs that captures the essence of the 18th and 19th century.
Here are some of our favourites:
A combination of Chinese and European influences, the Stola wallpaper blends contemporary and traditional elements. The wallpaper originates from the Stola Manor, one of Sweden's best preserved Carolinian buildings.Ekeblad Light Grey
Ekeblad takes inspiration from mid 18th century and the first woman to be elected into the Swedish Academy of Sciences, Eva De La Gardie. With a classic pattern using small oak leaves weaving to form a subtle diamond shape, the hints of gold gives way to traditional wallpaper production techniques.Hildasro Black
This medallion wallpaper uses late 19th century patterns and colours: blue and beige. The stripes in this pattern plays on the common theme of that time period where patterns imitated other materials like textiles and leather.
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