”Vinterskog, Winter Forest in Swedish, leaves the town far behind, and finds tranquillity in the Nordic light and the simplicity so typical of the Scandinavian winter landscape. The result is a minimalist wallpaper pattern which generates a pure and calm atmosphere which soothes away the worries of life and recharges tired batteries. A pattern which pays homage to the Scandinavian countryside at its most silent, focusing on its unique shapes and muted colours.
I am sure that many of you, like me, enjoy putting away all the Christmas decorations, but when all the Christmas lights have gone, it can easily feel a little dark and empty. I always long for something new then, and what could be better than to dress the walls in a winter forest, as we wait on the days becoming lighter. Vinterskog captures the tranquillity of Nordic light, and generates a pure and calm atmosphere which soothes away the worries of life and recharges tired batteries. This cool pattern has been interpreted by the stylist, photographer, designer and blogger, Annaleena Leino, who, like Sandberg Wallpaper, is inspired by the Scandinavian countryside and the genuine artistry in its creation. Annaleena, with her blog, is a trendsetter, and well known for her pure, minimalist, bright and timeless aesthetic, which goes hand in hand with Vinterskog.
If you are not quite ready to wallpaper at the moment, you can also find Vinterskog as a poster. A poster is a wonderful way of changing your interior, it is fast to put up, and allows an easy change of motif to suit the season and your taste.
You can see Vinterskog below, and appreciate how it is influenced by the Swedish winter landscape interpreted by photographer and filmmaker, Mats Lind.