Art de vivre a la francaise

Mis en demeure Furniture click for details

Mis en demeure Furniture

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Elegant, chic and timeless, MIS EN DEMEURE is the quintessential model of French luxury and French way of living. Based on historical French fourniture designs, the MIS EN DEMEURE collection is adapted to meet modern standards of comfort and rebrands each piece with a twist of contemporary design.

Thibaut curtains and wallpaper click for details

Thibaut curtains and wallpaper

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Established in 1886, Thibaut is the nation’s oldest continuously operating wallpaper firm. Over the years our product offering has broadened to include a variety of wallcoverings, coordinating print fabrics, embroideries and woven upholstery fabrics. The recent launch of an upholstered furniture line has established Thibaut as a highly desirable resource of all product categories favored by designers and up-scale consumers alike.

Pierre Frey Curtains and Wallpaper – Harmonie Frey click for details

Pierre Frey Curtains and Wallpaper – Harmonie Frey

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It is a French maison de luxe – a luxury design house an inspirational, family-owned business with a proud tradition which looks towards the future. Pierre Frey, founded in 1935, designs, creates and manufactures fabrics and wallpapers in the purest French tradition. The company’s rich collection of no less than 7,000 items includes not only the Pierre Frey designs, but collections from the company’s other three prestigious brands: Braquenié, Fadini Borghi and Boussac.

Colectia Jungle click for details

Colectia Jungle

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It is a French maison de luxe – a luxury design house an inspirational, family-owned business with a proud tradition which looks towards the future. Pierre Frey, founded in 1935, designs, creates and manufactures fabrics and wallpapers in the purest French tradition. The company’s rich collection of no less than 7,000 items includes not only the Pierre Frey designs, but collections from the company’s other three prestigious brands: Braquenié, Fadini Borghi and Boussac.

Gien kitchen accessories – Vue d’ensemble ocean non recadree BD click for details

Gien kitchen accessories – Vue d’ensemble ocean non recadree BD

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The Faiencerie de Gien was founded in 1821 by an Englishman from Stoke-on-Trent, Thomas Hall. Mr. Hall wanted to introduce fine English earthenware to the French, also known as “faience” in France. 190 years later, Gien is an integral part of France’s cultural heritage, praised by many around the world. Since its very beginnings, Gien has learned to perfect the art of manufacturing faience. All the faience products are 100% made in Gien, France, a small town on the banks of the Loire River.

Alexandre Turpault – ESS-CALE & ESS-KIMO Bathrobes click for details

Alexandre Turpault – ESS-CALE & ESS-KIMO Bathrobes

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Since 1847, linen-weavers Alexandre Turpault have been working to bring to you their passion for their work and their mastery of their unique expertise in the tradition of producing fine linen. Alexandre Turpault provides collections that are part of its universe of complete harmony.

La Cornue Kitchen Accessories – ambiance click for details

La Cornue Kitchen Accessories – ambiance

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La Cornue makes use of modern technology and is forever improving its products, but no manufacturing changes made will ever alter our determination to preserve the noble values traditionally associated with handicraft production. We use only noble materials, selected and chosen for their quality and their longevity: cast iron, steel, solid brass, nickel and enamel.

Kitchen Accessories Gien – Volupte click for details

Kitchen Accessories Gien – Volupte

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The Faiencerie de Gien was founded in 1821 by an Englishman from Stoke-on-Trent, Thomas Hall. Mr. Hall wanted to introduce fine English earthenware to the French, also known as “faience” in France. 190 years later, Gien is an integral part of France’s cultural heritage, praised by many around the world. Since its very beginnings, Gien has learned to perfect the art of manufacturing faience. All the faience products are 100% made in Gien, France, a small town on the banks of the Loire River.

Fata masa Aigredoux click for details

Fata masa Aigredoux

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Aigredoux designs and creates exclusive bespoke home linens. Creating unique sensorial experiences for unique individuals. For more than 25 years we have been offering our customers the finest customised, hand-made home linens.

Accesorii bucatarie Gien – A table bleu click for details

Accesorii bucatarie Gien – A table bleu

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The Faiencerie de Gien was founded in 1821 by an Englishman from Stoke-on-Trent, Thomas Hall. Mr. Hall wanted to introduce fine English earthenware to the French, also known as “faience” in France. 190 years later, Gien is an integral part of France’s cultural heritage, praised by many around the world. Since its very beginnings, Gien has learned to perfect the art of manufacturing faience. All the faience products are 100% made in Gien, France, a small town on the banks of the Loire River.

Kitchen Accessories Gien – Alice click for details

Kitchen Accessories Gien – Alice

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The Faiencerie de Gien was founded in 1821 by an Englishman from Stoke-on-Trent, Thomas Hall. Mr. Hall wanted to introduce fine English earthenware to the French, also known as “faience” in France. 190 years later, Gien is an integral part of France’s cultural heritage, praised by many around the world. Since its very beginnings, Gien has learned to perfect the art of manufacturing faience. All the faience products are 100% made in Gien, France, a small town on the banks of the Loire River.

Iksel curtains and wallpaper click for details

Iksel curtains and wallpaper

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What you see here is the result of 25 years of full time artistic endeavor in a studio with large teams of painters. A few years ago, we calculated that it would take one painter close to a thousand years to paint all this. Add all the archive works and it is much more. But that is only the actual painting. What is most important is the editing and perfecting of the files which yield these prints. This is not done by computers but by artists on computers who make millions of split second aesthetic decisions in order to get the right result. That is why the New York Times gave us a two page editorial in 2006. We were the first company to transform hand painted material into a new art form: Digital Media, not in order to reproduce but to create new imagery in a convincingly hand painted quality.