Environment & certifications

Product Sertificate 1
Non-woven wallpaper that means you apply adhesive directly to the wall.
Product Sertificate 2
Our wallpapers are CE-marked, for the highest standards in health, safety and environmental protection.
Product Sertificate 3
Mark of Quality. Assurance from the International Wallcovering Manufacturers Association (IGI).
Product Sertificate 4
The raw wood material we use for our paper comes from sustainably managed forests.

JUBILEUM 5489 Carl

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Available: In stock
Price: €44.00
Ex Tax: €36.67

Product Code: 5489
Collection: JUBILEUM
Brand: Boråstapeter
Manuf.Country: Sweden
Width/Length: 10.05 m x 53 cm
Pattern repeat: 0
Primary color: Grey
Secondary color: White
Style: Classic, Scandinavian
Room type: Livingroom, Bedroom, Diningroom
Drop type: No alignment
Material: non-woven ECO
Glue: Quelyd Fliselin/Kiilto Master Flis


Availability: 2 - 10 days


Wonderwall AR by Boråstapeter helps you to test out your favourite wallpapers at home. Download the app and get inspired. Wallpaper a room, a single wall or just a surface, and make your mark on your home. It has never been so easy to see how your home will look like with Boråstapeter’s beautiful wallpapers on the walls.

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Available: In stock
Type: BorasTapeter wallpaper
SKU: 5489 Carl
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BorasTapeter wallpaper






5489 Carl


1.2 kg

This striped wallpaper got its name from Carl Larsson, one of Sweden's most popular artists. Stripes might very well be the most Swedish pattern of them all. This design has such typically Swedish characteristics it was predestined to be exported to the American east coast. Once on foreign soil it was renamed and became synonymous with their New England style. This is the reason why today, the distinctive stripes are much more synonymous with Martha's Vineyard than with the Swedish west coast. The truth, however, is that even though stripes were on the walls of virtually every Swedish home as early as the 18th century this pattern went through the textile factories of Indian Madras before reaching Nordic latitudes. And that's how striped design and mattresses came together.
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