Nature is my greatest source of inspiration. I like the thought of discovering the beautiful in the small.  Beautiful form- and color combinations are usually all around us, very close.  To take a pause and notice them and then transform that impression into design is what inspires me when making my patterns.

More sources of inspiration for me are Swedish folk art, traditions and older types of colouring. Often these impressions are interwoven when I create my patterns.  A sketch of plants could be coloured in style of old swedish society paintings.

By using both new and old techniques and sometimes twist and turn things a little I want to create something new and authentic. I often strive for balance, so that some patterns express energy and growing, others calm and harmony.

The materials which my patterns are printed on may well connect to nature. Linen and wool are two of my favourites!


  • 2005-2006 Art School, Folkuniversitetet Linköping
  • 2006-2009 Bachelor’s Programme in Craft and Design, Linköping University
  • 2009-2011 Master’s Programme in Art Production, Linköping University

My Objectives (Guiding Stars)

  • Using my artistic expression I want to deliver pattern design that lifts a company’s existing brand and product range.
  • I want to create a personal and unique design expression in line with the times and which the end consumer can identify with.
  • Seeking competence and maintaining high quality permeate my work. This makes me think on business line and long-term in my productions and collaborations.
  • I strive to work with sustainable materials and to experiment with both old and new techniques, in order to give my patterns a modern feel as well as long durability.