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Around the world with Mini Empire

Around the world with Mini Empire

Wild animals on the African savannah, pretty little houses in a pattern technique inspired by the Nordic handicraft heritage, and charming aquatic animals from Galapagos – Mini Empire’s new wall mural collection awakens the storyteller in us. The imaginative motifs evoke thoughts of fairy-tale places where anything can happen.“I’m inspired by new places and unexpected events. My inspiration often comes from travelling, but I don’t necessarily have to travel physically; books and films also have the ability to take me to other worlds. And for me, that’s where the creativity is born. Working with this collection, I was mainly influenced by my travels to Tanzania and Borneo,” says Jenny von Döbeln.The wall mural format is nothing new to Jenny von Döbeln; she has previously made several popular murals for Photowall and her style is always characteristic, rich in detail and always has the same playful feel.“I love working with wall murals because they have the ability to change the whole feel of a room. Working with wall murals was also something of an eye-opener for me: I realised I could use my illustrations as patterns, and could build stories around my characters,” Jenny von Döbeln explains.Around the world contains three motifs – all in different colour schemes and available exclusively from Photowall for £31 per square metre. The interior photos were styled and taken by Sofia Jansson/Mokkasin.The collection has also been nominated for Children’s Furniture of the Year by Swedish lifestyle magazine Family Living.

Fabel – wall mural collection by Ingela P Arrhenius

Fabel – wall mural collection by Ingela P Arrhenius

A happy cat on a fairground ride, an elephant strolling around town and a giraffe with the travel bug. The designs in the Fabel collection (Fabel is Swedish for Fable) contain plenty of ingredients for many a good bedtime story – something the collection’s creator Ingela P Arrhenius was keen to achieve. Her personal favourite is the Town design, inspired by picture books she enjoyed as a young girl.“When I was young I loved seeing city motifs in picture books, there’s always so much to discover. I envisage Town as a feature wall in a playful, colourful children’s bedroom,” says Ingela P Arrhenius.Ingela’s unique style is characterised by colourful, retro-scented patterns that are known and loved around the world. The collection for Photowall comprises eight designs – each in two different colour schemes and with a number of different stories.“The designs in my collection vary widely – a forest, a town, a fairground, to name but a few. However, they go together in terms of style. I simply wanted to work exclusively with all kinds of different motifs that I enjoy as an adult, but which are mainly intended for children’s rooms. I’ve loved working with wallpaper and thinking on a large scale,” says Ingela P Arrhenius.Fabel is available exclusively from Photowall as made-to-measure wall murals costing £32 per square metre. The interior photos were styled and taken by Sofia Jansson/Mokkasin.

Curated by Fine Little Day – five days, five designs

Curated by Fine Little Day – five days, five designs

In the Curated by Fine Little Day collection, Photowall has asked Elisabeth Dunker, founder of Fine Little Day, to handpick motifs from her personal favourite designers around the world. This has resulted in a wonderfully eclectic collection, guided by a love of design and form.“The selected designers are firm favourites and I have frequently blogged about their work at Fine Little Day. They primarily work analogously, have a playful approach, a distinct style and a good feel for form. Otherwise there is no common thread or denominator – apart from the fact they have all been chosen for their expression,” says Elisabeth.The collection’s five designers are Mogu Takashi from Japan, Steffie Brocoli from France, Kindra Murphy from the US, and Cecilia Pettersson and Klara Bothén from Sweden. Five designers whose personal design languages together create a wide variation. The collection ranges from subtle motifs that move between children’s drawings and comics to graphic designs full of contrasts. Kindra Murphy’s Colorform design is the first to be launched.“Kindra Murphy’s Colorform design is playfully charming in wonderful colours. Her expression is sharply sophisticated and she works skilfully with scissors and style. The idea of launching one design a day is to give each one the attention it deserves. At the same time we prolong the fun – a new design to look forward to every day,” Elisabeth explains.The designs will be presented at 11:00 CET each day, and in connection with this Fine Little Day’s Elisabeth Dunker will be guest blogging on the Photowall blog. She will introduce each motif and designer in more detail. Elisabeth has also guest pinned an inspiration board on Photowall’s Pinterest. All the designs are available as made-to-measure wall murals at Photowall.co.uk and cost £32 per square metre.

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