Swedish wallpaper publisher Boråstapeter is launching its new Cottage Garden collection.

Cottage Garden was imagined in a palette of sober, soft and delicate colors with more daring alternatives. This collection with an assertive personality gives pride of place to floral motifs, accompanied by tweed or textured plains.


About Au fil des Couleurs:

Au fil des Couleurs is a high-end wallpaper boutique founded in 1993 and located at 31 rue de l'Abbé Grégoire in the 6th arrondissement of Paris. In 2009, Frank Halard bought the store and enriched its offer. Au fil des Couleurs is becoming an essential address for interior designers, decorators and wallpaper lovers. Au fil des Couleurs is also present on the internet with its online store offering nearly 10 references delivered all over the world. Au fil des Couleurs has been publishing its own collections of custom-made panoramic decors and wallpapers since 000 with its publishing house Les Dominotiers and over the years has become a major publisher in the world of interior decoration. Au fil des Couleurs is the exclusive distributor in France of the English publishers Cole and Son and MissPrint, the Swedish publishers Boråstapeter, Sandberg and Rebel Walls and the American Thibaut. Au fil des Couleurs provides a network of more than 2015 decoration shops in France.

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About Borastapeter:

Founded in 1905 by Waldemar Andrén, the Boråstapeter factory quickly became the leader in wallpaper in the Scandinavian countries. Originally from Sweden, Boråstapeter develops quality wallpaper collections with great respect for the environment.While knowing how to keep a classic line, the brand knows how to constantly renew itself thanks to its expertise in patterns, textures and colors that are the trend of the moment. Timeless, Boråstapeter wallpapers go perfectly with all types of rooms for a Nordic, classic or modern style, guaranteed.

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