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Karin Boo Wiklander

"What you hang on your walls reveals who you are" – Karin Boo Wiklander

"Simple, but not minimalistic" is how the designer Karin Boo Wiklander describes her furnishing style. Now she has put a couple of her favorite Printler motifs together to create a personal gallery wall.

The PR manager, stylist, photographer and influencer Karin Boo Wiklander lives with her family in the immediate vicinity of the forest. In an architect-designed house in Lerum near Gothenburg in Sweden. You can also clearly see the influence of that nature in their furnishing style.

"I like solid materials and simple design, sober but not minimalistic. In other words, I like the Scandinavian style. I love to give personality to the interior. I like using flowers and plants, for example. "says Karen.

Where does your interest in interior design and art come from?

"It's always been a part of me. Ever since I was little, I enjoyed looking at beautiful things. I was interested in flowers from a very young age. In my childhood room, I played flower shop. Selling bouquets I'd picked myself. I also did a little painting once in a while. I have a very creative side and I really love creating environments that you can feel comfortable in. It's very important to me. I like places that are fun to spend time in. "

What do wall art and pictures mean to you?

"I want the interior design to follow a common thread. This also applies to what hangs on the walls. It is super important that everything is connected and becomes part of the whole. Pictures are of great importance in creating a warm atmosphere at home. Walls are an excellent way to express yourself. What you put on your walls says who you are."

Tell us more about the gallery wall you created in collaboration with Printler!

"I found some beautiful prints that fit my style perfectly. Printler has such a large selection that it was hard to choose. Check out the result! I'm so excited to hang it up at home. "

How did you choose your motifs?

- I made my own "moodboard" and put the motifs together so I could see which ones go together. And then I decided on what I like: pretty dark colors. It should run like a red thread through the picture wall. In my chosen combination there are no black and white images, all are in colour, but there is a clear line. The motifs are simple and artistic. I think they are very beautiful to look at together.

What are your top tips for creating a gallery wall?

- First put them together digitally so you can see how it will look like. Then you can play around with putting the different motifs together. It's a good idea to have a plan, otherwise I find it very easy to get stuck when you have the posters in front of you. Of course, measuring is also important, for example if you want a straight outer edge so that it looks nice.

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