flowers, design, inspirations

Printed Flowers

Today’s post brings me back to my intern days working for an interior decorator. I made many a trip to Just Scandinavian, a colorful bright spot in TriBeCa. It was always a treat to have to go and pick-up or return fabric samples or check on orders. Purveyor of all things Scandinavian, Just Scandinavian houses a collection of furniture, lighting, and accessories by about 30 different Scandinavian designers and artists, and the iconic fabric and wallpaper prints designed by Josef Frank. Created by Frank in the mid-nineteen hundreds in Stockholm, his lively, colorful, bold botanical prints for fabric and wallpaper are as modern today as they were seventy-five years ago. Google even payed homage to Frank creating a Google Doodle for his 125th birthday last July. I went a little crazy photographing, but I just couldn’t help myself. It brings me joy to share these beauties with you.Google’s Doodle created to celebrate Josef Frank’s 125th birthday last July.Photography Beth Horta for Sweet Sabelle.

This entry was published on February 14, 2012 at 8:22 am. It’s filed under Printed Flowers Just Sacndinavian and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

3 thoughts on “Printed Flowers

  1. botanicart on said:

    They really have beautiful things!!!!!! Love the fabrics!!!!

  2. some pretty amazing and colorful prints. I am not sure I would want to wake up to Josef’s Franks wallpaper every morning but interesting indeed.

  3. Luciana Oliveira on said:

    Dear! I loved these colors! I have to go with you in this amazing place … Please introduce me all this in my next time in NYC!

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