The DAWN CHORUS collection — a nature-inspired wallpaper pattern
Photowall is proud to introduce the series that Saga-Mariah Sandberg has made for the brand, an exciting collection of wallpapers known as DAWN CHORUS. The collection consists of eight nature-inspired wallpaper patterns, designs full of those telltale signs that mark the turn of the seasons: the first bloom of flowers or the burgeoning trees, those nascent symbols we long to see in the forests and gardens that herald the coming of spring. The collection's title DAWN CHORUS refers specifically to the song of the birds in the morning, one of the most anticipated and symbolic signs of the season.
Each wallpaper pattern corresponds to a specific site in nature
Each of the patterns in Saga-Mariah Sandberg's DAWN CHORUS wallpaper collection corresponds to a specific scene in nature and represents the plant and animal life unique to that locale. The Skogsgläntan (The Forest Meadow) pattern, for instance, represents a Swedish spruce forest glade in the throes of spring, full of its distinctive plant and animal life: flowering violets, blue anemones, lily of the valley, linnéa flowers, Polyommatini, and thrush eggs are all essential features of its natural state.
The Mossträdgården (The Moss Garden) pattern, on the other hand, was inspired by old school posters from Saga-Mariah Sandberg's youth. With this design she endeavoured to awaken the budding curiosity of children and adults to take in and explore the beauty of Nordic nature and the exciting life that flourishes there. Mossträdgården depicts a deciduous forest or something like a shaded garden, places where you can find bracken, ferns, and moss in abundance and whose presence attracts all sorts of animals and insects that thrive there.
Saga-Mariah Sandberg invites us to experience nature and to know our world
Saga-Mariah Sandberg’s nature-inspired wallpaper patterns go beyond reminding us of the richness and beauty of the land and its myriad bounties — it also reminds us of the importance of actually getting out there to experience nature, to really get to know the natural world around us. Saga-Mariah Sandberg’s art inspires us to go out into the woods, to delve into the land, to see for ourselves the rich abundance of life and the diversity of species that deserve our respect and need our protection.