Fabrics From Almedahls

{ Fågelsång by Betty Svensson }

Almedahls is a Swedish interior textiles and home decorations company that has been in operation since 1846. They continue to produce classics from their archives (including famous 1950s designs like Astrid Sampe’s Persons Kryddskåp and Marianne Nilsson’s Sill) alongside new, innovative designs. Here are just some of my favorites, available as 195 grams/square meter (about 5.75oz/yard) 100% cotton or cotton-linen metreage, some also come in an acrylic coated version.

{ Sommarsol by Kipi Kude }

{ Slottskogen by David van Berckel }

{ Prästliden by Gunilla Gunnarson }

{ Liten Batik by Victoria Möllgård }

{ Eternell by Kipi Kude }

all photos from almedahls.se


  1. Michelle says:

    how do you purchase these fabrics?

  2. Kim says:

    Michelle, sorry for not including that info! I can’t find any U.S. shops, unfortunately, but there is New House Textiles for the reproductions (http://www.newhousetextiles.co.uk/) and Hus & Hem for some of the contemporary prints (http://www.husandhem.co.uk/33-003-scandinavian-fabrics), both in the U.K.

  3. Samantha says:

    These are great! I can’t wait until they hit a fabric store in the US!

  4. Gorgeous stuff! Those Swedes just do the best fabric!

  5. Mary says:

    Oh thank goodness there was no easy way to buy these on the website. :) They are to die for! Lovely. Worth a trip to Sweden I say.