Cecilie Stöger Nachman

Cecilie Stöger Nachman

Cecilie Stöger Nachman
Flere idéer fra Cecilie
venini, 1950′s, italy

venini, 1950′s, italy

* roni horn pink tons at Tate Modern

* roni horn pink tons at Tate Modern

Bianchini Ferier – hellethygesen.com

Bianchini Ferier – hellethygesen.com

Linen Pillow, floral design – hellethygesen.com

Linen Pillow, floral design – hellethygesen.com

Gouache on paper - theapartment.dk

Gouache on paper - theapartment.dk

Oakwood Wallpaper by Sanderson  £42.00 per roll  Light cream wallpaper with print of oak leaves in green Width 	52 cms x 10 metres Pattern Repeat 	...

Oakwood Wallpaper by Sanderson £42.00 per roll Light cream wallpaper with print of oak leaves in green Width 52 cms x 10 metres Pattern Repeat ...

patternatic:        (via textile & surface design / William Morris wallpaper.)    i

patternatic: (via textile & surface design / William Morris wallpaper.) i

Michaelmas Daisy Fabric Designer Fabrics and Wallpapers by Sanderson, Harlequin, Morris, Osborne, Little And many more

Michaelmas Daisy Fabric Designer Fabrics and Wallpapers by Sanderson, Harlequin, Morris, Osborne, Little And many more

Simple Living // William Morris…

Simple Living // William Morris…

Wallpaper Klöverblad | Svenskt Tenn: In the Cloverleaf pattern, green clover meanders over a white background. Designed by Josef Frank in the 1940s; it has never before been in production. The wallpapers are since 2012 printed according to the old tradition of distemper printing. Printing in distemper brings the wallpaper patterns to life in a technique that comes as close to Josef Frank’s original patterns and colours as possible.*

Wallpaper Klöverblad | Svenskt Tenn: In the Cloverleaf pattern, green clover meanders over a white background. Designed by Josef Frank in the 1940s; it has never before been in production. The wallpapers are since 2012 printed according to the old tradition of distemper printing. Printing in distemper brings the wallpaper patterns to life in a technique that comes as close to Josef Frank’s original patterns and colours as possible.*