Do you like these? To the left is Eldblomman in a new, blue, colourway – and right the fairytaley print Sagoträdet. Svenskt Tenn has reconditioned Josef Frank’s wallpaper prints, and used traditional distemper printing in order to recreate some design features that had been lost and to adjust colors that had blurred over the years. Making it as close as possible to the original designs. They say Josef Frank – when we started his wallpaper designs back in 1947 – said that bold colours and strong patterns can ease the notion of a confined space. Even the smallest cobbyhole can become exciting with a striking wallpaper. And I find these two extraordinarly suitable for smallish spaces, like a little home workshop or laundry room. It would certainly cheer me up a lot to go and wash clothes in a room dressed up in one of these.