Russian wallpaper manufacturer Loymina has gone back to nature with a new range of prints.
Designers at the company were inspired by "mysterious fairy forests" they imagined as surrounding the firm's factory.
Named after the river in the Nizhny Novgorod region, on the banks of which the company's factory is based, Loymina says it's one of the best wallpaper manufacturers in Russia.
Its Origins range certainly has some of most bucolic studio patterns around. Seven new prints are Thistle, Gladiolus, Willowherb, Forest Thicket, Goats, Blueberries and Squirrels.
Described by the firm as "natural, fairy-like and very modern," they also promise to remind us of rustic products and fresh air, which many of us are probably missing right now.
See the full range at www.artlebedev.com/loymina