The pattern of stylised flowers in straight lines was composed in the mid-1930s and was first block-printed by Elsa Gullberg. Carl Malmsten used the fabric for his interiors, for example at the Swedish Institute in Rome and the Supreme Court in Stockholm. The pattern was later developed for wallpaper and is today printed as an exclusive edition by Handtryckta tapeter Långholmen.
Length: 10 metres
Repeat: 40 cm