Following on from my recent post, as promised here are a few images showing more of the fabrics and wallpapers from Sandberg.
The fabrics and papers come in a variety of different colourways, below I have put together a few of the fabrics which
I think you might like, alongside some of the room scheme photos from Sandberg's Kaspar & Saga range.
This is such a sweet simple style, not over the top girly, but with enough pink to satisfy the craving all girls under the age of eight seem to have for the colour!
Although difficult to tell from the photo, both the heart and the starburst fabrics have touches of glitter on them - again not too much to be overpowering but really sweet.
One of the other aspects I really love about these fabrics is that despite being a decorator weight and a dream to work with, they are actually all machine washable, even those with the glitter.
This set is pretty cute too, again there are touches of glitter on the dog fabric and the colours are simply gorgeous. I think these prints are great for a shared playroom or younger boys bedroom.
If you prefer softer shades than how about this combination - perhaps for a slightly older girl, either with or without the house print. Again, this would work well in a shared playroom.
The above wallpaper is such a gorgeous print, other background colours are available but I really love this soft olive green shade - great for papering just one wall as a feature.
Or this timeless classic, nautical theme.
My absolute favourite though is this colourway of the house fabric:
The pattern runs the full width of the fabric - 147 cm which makes it stunning to use as a Roman blind. You can see how well this would work in an otherwise all white room, painted floorboards, white walls and curtains or a blind made from this with a few other accessories thrown in made using this and a few of the other co-ordinating fabrics.
You could make cushions, lampshades, fabric storage bags to hang from a peg rail, doorstops like the one I showed you a few days ago or what about stretching a piece across some canvas for instant wall art - so many opportunities to get creative. I have used this print before to make little aprons as part of my little Limited Edition London Mummy cooking sets:
If you would like to see more from Sandberg, including some new ranges for children, follow the link to their website.