Famous for their exclusive fabrics and wallpapers, bold designs and unique pattern combinations since 1971.
In-house designer Katarina Wiklund brings an innovative and fresh sense of style to Bemz textiles.
This Swedish design company is a colourful world of characters created by designer and illustrator Camilla Lundsten.
The French design house's approach is to tell unique and memorable stories then invite you to partake in the adventure. Extravagance and spirit shines through in their patterns and in your home.
Bemz Design Award Winners 2016
Meet the 2016 winner of the Bemz Design Award, Anna Möller and see her stunning new print - now available as a Bemz cover!
One of Sweden's most important postwar designers with his timeless and inherently Swedish creations.
Lisa Bengtsson has charmed us since 2007 with her stunning designs gracing everything from wallpaper to china.
Viola Gråsten brought her bold, geometric designs to Sweden from Finland in 1945 and was instantly known for her glowing range of Gråsten-colours.
Sven Markelius, one of Sweden’s most iconic 20th century designers, has exhibited textiles such as Pythagoras internationally to wide acclaim.
Stellan Mörner (1896-1979) worked primarily as a painter and scenographer, and was a significant contributor to the post-war Avant-garde scene.
Göta Trägårdh - a Swedish textile and costume designer during the 50s and 60s - was influenced by trends of her era: pop art and splatter painting.
Like many of her peers, Annika Malmström trained at Beckmans College of Design, and worked with textile design for over 50 years.