Lovisa takes you twice back in time. The first time round is in the early 1900s when we dreamt of “home sweet home” and wrapped our rooms in dense flowery patterns featuring heavily romantic signatures. After that, this snug Swedish wallpaper design began its humble flirt with the rococo of the 1700s. You might recall the art form that gave us those billowing bureaus with bulging bellies. Rococo gained a foothold at a time when people started to travel for pleasure and dreamt about discovering the Far East and other remote corners of the world. This is why you’ll find both playful Chinese and asymmetrical signs in this modern interpretation that still manages to instil a sense of sweet serenity in our homes more than a hundred years after its heyday.