Even though the current trends are rather fluid, it is fascinating to see what other people are choosing to decorate their walls with at the moment. For whether we want to or not, we are influenced by current trends in one way or another, and it is clear to see that slightly darker and more daring patterns are increasingly finding their way into our homes.
By far the best thing about today’s trends, is that there are so many of them that all of us can find our own trend. Our top list blends more daring colours with more muted tones.
We have, as you may now know, abandoned the white walls and made our move towards more colour and pattern. The absolute hottest colour right now is pink. More and more homes take in all shades of pink. Pastel, vintage, powder pink and even bold pink.
This week, we were invited home with Josefine, who runs Trendrummet [the Trend Room] and the Instagram account, Loppisverkstan. She shared her thoughts on the hottest decorating and interior trends with us. We also got to hear about her thinking when she decorated her dream house, and what her favourite wallpaper is. Stay tuned!
In the RAND collection we have found inspiration in the Scandinavian aesthetics and looked closer at the capitals Stockholm, Copenhagen, Oslo and Helsinki.
The Nowstalgic is the last one out of the four different lifestyles that we have present in our latest trend report. The Nowstalgic looks back affectionately to the middle of the last century, when modernism and the Nordic design flourished.
The Connoisseur is one of our lifestyles present in our latest trend report. The Connoisseur loves the good life. Success is there to be celebrated, and the next exciting challenge is just around the corner. Download the trend report and find out more about the trend we call the Connoisseur.
The Naturbanist is one of four lifestyles presented in our latest trend report. Pare down, simplify and focus are the key concepts the Naturbanist returns to constantly, in life as well as in the home. Consideration for their nearest and dearest, as well as for the environment. Download the trend report and find out more about this lifestyle in the bonus material about the Naturbanist.
Oslo Design Fair is Norway’s largest trade fair, and an important meeting place for the design and interior decoration industry. On Saturday, Hanna Wendelbo-Hansson, our Creative Director, will present the Sandberg Wallpaper Trend Report FW16 as part of the programme of talks at the fair.
We’re back in Ulricehamn after a fantastic weekend in Copenhagen, with a media viewing and launch party for our latest collection, Familj. The press release party was held at Lisa Grue’s wonderful studio at Köttbyn in Copenhagen.
We are steadily getting ready for a new season and it’s time to look at what this means. Autumn is the time for creating beautiful, cosy indoor spaces, and we love it!
The inspirational journeys through Stockholm, Copenhagen and Milano in the spring gave us new and enticing ideas for decorating walls. There is a growing interest in dividing the wall space into different fields, and the perfect way to do this is to use wallpaper. Check, out the following three tricks (as well as the bonus tip!) for making the most of the hottest autumn trend in your own home!