For over 50 years, Novalin, our high-end, high-quality wallcovering,  has been manufactured in Kinna Sweden. Novalin is so well-designed and timeless that it has remained relatively unchanged throughout the years. In this past decade, new management and an expanded product line have breathed new life into this classic brand, making Novalin even more relevant for the current and future wallcovering markets.

VeryFanny AB is a stock-keeping manufacturer. Our focus is on editor-level buyers who in turn sell to their own clients. Our commitment to quality means that we consistently manufacture wallcovering that will beautifully enhance your space for decades to come.




The history of Novalin started back in 1960 when the groundbreaking Novalin was created, launched and patented. The special machine that was designed to produce Novalin then is still used these days.

In 2011, VeryFanny AB has acquired Novalin, the FannyAronsen wallcovering collection from Kvadrat A/S. VeryFanny AB is a Swedish company, owned and managed by the co-founder and former director of FannyAronsen A/S, Roland van Dinten.

The heart of Novalins collection of exclusive linen wallcovering was originally designed in 1960 and was re-coloured in 2011 by the renowend textile designer Fanny Aronsen who sadly passed away that same year.

FANNY ARONSEN (1955-2011)

Fanny Aronsen was a Swedish textile and product designer who created a unique and influential body of work. She made luxurious and sophisticated contemporary fabrics, characterised by sumptuous colours and intriguing tactile materials. Working in her studio in Stockholm she has lived and worked in Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam for many years. She was a Professor at the University of Stockholm where she lectured at the renowned Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and design.

Fanny’s trademark is tactile fabrics and intriguing, colourful designs. The juxtaposition of her Scandinavian heritage and international experience is a theme often reflected in her work. Clues to het Nordic history and cultural background can often be found in het designs but, ultimately, her work transcends all borders. Fanny has received several awards for her designs, including the German Rote punkt, the Swedisch Utmärkt Svensk Form and the Dutch Mobila Innovative Prijs and Goed industrieel ontwerp.