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Retro with a contemporary twist

Bold patterned wallpapers with motifs such as dogs wearing hats are at the centre of Swedish designer
Lisa Bengtsson's fabulous designs. And they are show cased with panache in her recently sold apartment here in Sweden, which features the 'Family Wallpaper' in the kitchen and the 'Tillsammans Wallpaper' in the kids room and sitting room. I love her mix of old and new interior style too, note the vintage lockers in the childrens bedroom, the industrial style coffee table and the green 'kakelugn'.


Source Svensk Fastighetsförmedling via La Maison D'Anna G

The great news is that Lisa's products can be bought in La Maison D'Anna G's shiny new webshop (approach with caution and the day after payday - you will want everything in the shop...).

Is there a particular wallpaper of Lisa's you could see in your home? Or do you prefer a more simple / clean look? Personally I think the 'Tilsammans' one is so much fun, just need to find a space for it and then convince my man. Hmmm, could take a while!


  1. They are all very fun. Definitely going to go check out the shop now!

  2. Love the wallpaper with the black frames.

  3. I adore the rug in the living room and the industrial, green coloured metal storage unit.

  4. Thanks for the nice comment on my blog -- i feel the same way about yours! xoxox Abbey

  5. Wow - Niki - you show always such nice homes! That inspire me very much, even that wallpapers are not the right thing for our appartment, I love them. I never could convince my husband to put some wallpapers on the wall :-(
    So, I enjoy them on your blog :-)
    Hug, Barbara

  6. oooh gorgeous. I probably wouldn't put a busy wallpaper like that on a large wall, i like wallpaper in a bathroom or small entry way.

  7. I really love that wallpaper with all the picture frames! I'll stay away from that webshop so I'm not even tempted! I literally get all achy in my bones when I see homes with that much glorious sunlight. Ahh, one day!


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