Wallpaper number two: Scallops by Klara Bothén

9 July, 2013

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Today we present the second design of Photowall’s and Elisabeth Dunker’s collaboration Curated by Fine Little Day.

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Klara, Klara oh your that mittens are so lovely. Those mittens that I fell in love with when Klara lined them up from a plastic bag one after another in my studio in a spring about two years ago. She had knitted the mittens out of her mother’s and grandmother’s plant dyed yarn from the 70s. They were constantly blogged about and they even got to be on TV. The pattern; waves, arches are the kind of shape that will never go out of style, which, if you have a touch and feeling as Klara, will be fantastic also in other contexts. Klara’s wallpaper is called – Scallops. And like the mittens (when they are next to each other) reveals itself in graphic, graded tone. So fancy!

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At Photowall, every wallpaper motif can be purchased in a self-adhesive version. The self-adhesive wallpaper is slightly elastic and are therefore easier to pattern match and hang, in my opinion. It is also removable. Practical, smart, and fun! Now Klara’s wallpaper decorates both walls and furniture.

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Klara Bothén trained at the program Textile-Garment-Design at The School of Design and Craft at Steneby, and got an artistic bachelor’s degree in arts and crafts in spring 2012. Klara runs the blog Bergslagsgatan and lives in the loft of Fine Little Day studio.

 

Written by Elisabet Dunker
Fine Little Day