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The latest collection from Engblad & Co is the result of a collaboration with British designer and founder of Studioilse, Ilse Crawford. Known for her humanistic approach to design, Ilse’s collection for Engblad & Co is a series of wallpapers that express the human touch and form a warm background for contemporary life.
As a tribute to its remarkable wallpaper heritage of modern and stylish patterns which has been a trademark for over 170 years, Engblad & Co is introducing a collection of historic prints from its one-of-a-kind archive.
One of the most in uential wallpaper brands of Scandinavia is changing name to pay tribute to its heritage and design statement re ecting modern interior design of today.
Mist-clad mountains that soar in the living room, light green leaves that spring up behind the bed, and soft geometric wood surfaces that line the walls with a natural stillness. “We live high-paced lives, which makes it nice to come home to an environment where we can enjoy some peace and quiet and recharge our batteries in the same way that we would out in nature,” says Noomi Spange, Designer.
Taking time to enjoy times gone by can provide inspiration and generate exciting, new ideas. This was how the Reflections wallpaper collection was born - and it will be launched at the end of September. “Reflections features a new, modern take on motifs that hark back to the 1950s, 60s and 70s,” explains Madeleine Sidemo, designer in charge of the collection.
Eco Wallpaper is now releasing its extensive Decorama EasyUp collection, which has been jointly developed with housing companies, decorating contractors and specialist retailers. “The collection features bright, warm colours with elements of shimmering mother-of-pearl and more muted shades. The selection of 60 designs includes something to suit every room,” says Noomi Spange, Eco Wallpaper.
Sand, wood, stone, paper and clay are some of the natural surfaces and structures to be found in the Beyond Colour wallpaper collection. “Incorporating natural tones into the home is a trend that is enduring, and with wallpaper you don’t just get the colours but also the structure and materials that create a deeper, cosier feel,” explains Madeleine Sidemo, Head of Design for Eco Wallpaper.
With Crayon, the new collection from Eco wallpaper, what you get is actually more than first glances might suggest. From a distance, your eyes tell you it is pure, warm and natural but most definitely single-colour. Come closer, however, and you may be surprised to see that it reveals much more.
The latest collection from Eco Wallpaper features patterns created by the Spanish designer Jaime Hayon, one of the world’s most celebrated creatives right now. In this joint venture with Eco Wallpaper he puts his design on wallpapers for the very first time and the result is a series of patterns that the user can play a part in creating.
The latest wallpaper collection from Eco Wallpaper features patterns created by the Scandinavian design group Front. This is the first time that the pioneering trio puts their design on paper creating a wallpaper collection based on a series of different shadow techniques.