Henning Trollbäck

“A piece of the wall and wallpaper was missing above a door in our summer house. What to do but paint the missing part by hand. The paint I used was traditional lime paint, with pigment powder mixed to the right colours by hand.”

Ever since I first laid my eyes on this one, I’ve been a fan.
Henning Trollbäck.






19 Responses to Henning Trollbäck

  1. Stephanie says:

    Beautiful, love it!

  2. rike says:

    i didn’t take the time to leave a comment on your ‘home’ posts through the last days … but now i have to stopp: this is so great. this bumblebee!

    and on top i like to see babies allowed to join their parents day like that :)

  3. renilde says:

    wonderful! LOVE

  4. Tisha says:

    This is so cool! Kind of makes me wish I had a missing piece of wallpaper :)

  5. Ina says:

    I will create a missing wallpaperpiece in mij small amsterdamcityappartment! Thanks!

  6. maki says:

    yatte fint! very lovery wall paper!!

  7. mieke verbijlen says:

    so beautiful! so perfect there!

  8. Louise says:

    This is just lovely, and with the baby too!

  9. tas-ka says:

    It’s such a good idea!

  10. Delicious idea ! I love the bee in the hole !

  11. Sohee Park says:

    Wonderful! L O V E…
    Your printing is so gooooooooooooooooooood.
    I alo like to draw a picture of a nature.
    In particular, tree and flower

    Please drop by my blog.
    I hope you like my picture.



  12. lisa Jeannin says:

    Vad fint!!!

  13. Evie says:

    wow this is so beautiful. what a charming touch to a home… a summer home even. i love it!

  14. Pamela says:

    Hello mates, nice piece of writing and fastidious urging commented at this place,
    I am truly enjoying by these.

  15. Lisa says:

    Såå fint!! Visade min man, han tyckte att det var finare än själva tapeten ;) häftig personlig grej!

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  17. Emma Carlow says:

    My grandmother had that wall paper in her bedroom! She would have loved your painting.

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