This wallpaper from Eckerda Spolargård is a good example of the elegant wallpaper patterns of the Rococo period. Elegant floral tendrils form a fairly free yet rhythmic pattern, with clear, beautifully matching colours. This pattern type is familiar from contemporary textile patterns. Compare this pattern with the contemporary patterning on porcelain and earthenware to get an idea of the original range of colours used.
The high quality means it’s likely that this wallpaper was made by one of the most talented wallpaper makers in Stockholm – a wallpaper bearing the stamp of Stockholm hallsrätt can be found in the same building.
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