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Rare Swarovski wallpapers * Karen Beauchamp

Photo by Philip Karlberg

Designed by the british designer Karen Beauchamp in collaboration with the Swarovski Elements team created a new collection of wallpaper. Using a new technique call Crystal Strata which is crystal printing in wallpaper.


Photo by Philip Karlberg

Swarovski elements shimmer as light plays across the wall refracted by the multi-faceted colored crystals, cabochon pearls and crystal strata integrated into the designs.


Photo by Philip Karlberg

The collection have 9 wallpapers emballished with swarovski elements and 2 coordinating plain wallpaper.


Photo by Philip Karlberg

The inspiration for these exquisite wallpapers created by Karen are, Feather Palace, Versailles, Plume, Jeweled Stripe, oriental crackle texture, Kohinoor Damask, Diamonds, Trellis cashmere, rufle silk Jaspe and silk velvet texture.


Photo by Philip Karlberg

Philip Karlberg, born 1973, is one of the country’s most talented and prominent still life and interior photographers. Over the years, he has gained extensive business experience, and he shares his time equally between editorial and commercial assignments.

Photo by Philip Karlberg

Philip Karlberg is a productive photographer whose assignments take him all over the world. Among the commercial clients are Swarovski, Marc O’Polo, Kasthall and NK, who have worked with Philip for nearly 
ten years.


Photo by Philip Karlberg

His photos are characterized by a pristine, near-perfect quality that nevertheless retains a suggestive secrecy.


Photo by Philip Karlberg


Written by Janet Morais


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