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Hanna Korvela

Hanna Korvela Design is a carpet design firm renowned internationally. Its real jumpstart took place with the Duetto collection, which received the German Der Rote Punkt Design prize in 1997. Hanna Korvela’s approach is a combination of Scandinavian traditions and current materials, colors, and forms, which gives her carpets a unique and contemporary aspect.

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Brochier

Brochier creates and produces luxury upholstery fabrics, renowned for their style, their elegance, the quality of their weaving and printing, as well as their immense creativity. Since 2007, Brochier joined the group Clericci Tessuto, which offers an infinite possibility of custom weavings.

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Jennifer Shorto

A passionate collector, Jennifer Shorto drew her first inspirations from a historic Ivory Coast document from the beginning of the 20th century. Since then, she has collaborated with some of the biggest decorators in the design of graphic textiles permeated with diverse cultures. Her wallpapers are true 3D voyages!

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Anne Corbière

Anne originates from the grand north west of the United States. It is through her years spent in costume studios in San Francisco, London, and Paris – working on projects for Peter Brook and as an assistant for Christian Lacroix – that she discovered a passion for textiles. Plays of light across materials, the graphic quality of prints placed on a body or in space, and the rhythm expressed by combinations of textures are recurrent themes in her work.

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Galbraith & Paul

Prints and forms imbibed with freshness are block printed on different materials to obtain a collection filled with charm. Playing with a palette of over 80 colors, each fabric in the collections of Liz Galbraith and Ephraim Paul enchant with vitality and singularity. The wallpapers, also made the artisanal way, warm and compliment your walls.

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Fleurons d’Hélène

A long time print enthusiast and designer of the London showroom “Les Tissus d’Hélène” , Hélène Cormack created the collection “Les Fleurons d’Hélène” from her own collection of historical European documents dating from 1800 to 1820.

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Christine Vanderhurd

Christine Vanderhurd has run her own design studio for over 30 years. Above all, she is conversation with her clients for personalized projects and multiplies prints as well as weaving techniques with the help of top production fabricants in India, the United States and Europe. It’s an entire world of seducing and coherent rugs, fabrics, pillows, and home linens.

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Borderline

Borderline is a British textile company that primarily reproduces documents from the XIXth century with the constant focus on quality. Mediums are most often linen or cotton. Embroideries, weaves, and art deco wallpapers compliment and complete this beautiful collection.

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Bart Halpern

Inspired by architecture and fashion, the Bart Halpern collection uses the fold to add texture and depth to a large array of materials revisited in a subtle color palette. Using advanced technology, these fabrics are also available in non-flammable and outdoor weaves.

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Mastro Raphaël

It’s the story of Mario Arcangeli who founded in 1966 a little artisanal studio in Spoleto to help perpetuate the work of Italian artisans. Linen is selected and interpreted following the knowledge of Italy’s ancient tradition. Magnificent ornamental motifs are executed with an expert association of thread and a beautiful variation of color tones. Home linens and fabrics are skillfully coordinated and available in a range with embroideries or weaving games. These rare fabrics that read and capture the light spread a sweet poetry.

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Neisha Crosland

After studying graphic arts, Neisha Crosland fell in love with the textures and motifs found in the costume collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum and decided to direct herself towards studying textiles. Her talent was quickly recognized and she designed collections for Osbourne and Litlle (including the wallpaper with golden stars) which was met with much success. She launched her own collection in 1994, with home upholstery, wallpapers, accessories and even a clothing line under the brand ‘GINKA’. Since, her work has been very recognized and awarded on many occasions.

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Raoul Textiles

Raoul Textile is a unique collection of Belgian linens printed per frame in Santa Barbara. Floral patterns on a grand scale, Kashmir palmettes and geometric drawings are varied with subtle and vibrant colorings. Without forgetting its collection of Outdoor textiles!!

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Décors Barbares

Décors Barbares offer a collection of prints inspired by the colors and motifs of the Tartar, St Petersburg interiors, and Russian ballet costumes.

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Genshodo

Printed by frame, Japanese prints of the XVIIth and XVIIIth centuries come back to life with Genshodo. Originally these motifs were stenciled to create magnificent kimonos. Today, a large range of indigos allows for multiple uses.

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James Malone

A contemporary collection grouping a range of all the essential basics: solids, voiles, natural weaves, chevrons, and stripes. James Malone begins his collection with talent.

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Christian Grevstad

Woven by hand in the northwest of the United States, Christian Greystad’s fabrics range in little subtle prints to create a line of false solids with a very pure and quite masculine character. The fibers used are of the most noble, from French linen, wool, cotton, hemp, bamboo and even silk… Custom weaves can be made by request.

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Foglizzo

In the pure Italian tradition, Fogliozzo succeeds in offering a range of leather allying technique, creativity and exemplary quality. Floor slabs, automobile interiors or for more delicate uses, Foglizzo allows you to completely customize your project.

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Anta

For 25 years, Anta has produced all its fabrics in Scotland, including its weaving threads. We are in the pure tradition of the tartan, offered in a variety from fabrics by the meter to rugs.

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Korla

The printed Korla collection is drawn like a kaleidoscope of motifs who play with one another. It is a fun collection, with light prints such as zigzags, ink splashes, zodiac signs, and other geometric patterns.

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Sabina Fay Braxton

Sabina Fay Brayton is known for her sumptuous cloths ranging from goffered à la planchet to incrustation of metals with rare ink impression. She has a predilection for silk but hemp, linen and cotton also find their place with her use of original weaving techniques that give these less precious fabrics just as interesting of designs.

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Ze… ConZeta

Ze Concetta reflects an ensemble of current fabrics, polyvalent and adaptable to all types of decoration. Its accent is on natural fibers with a special attention for finishes, colorings, and the final aspect of the fabrics. The weavings are textured with a natural and contemporary aspect. The collections are filled with a modern rhythm.

Tara Chapas

Tara Chapas, passionate of manual weaving, pulls her inspiration from ancient documents, the decorative arts, fashion and nature. Working especially on specific projects, she offers each client infinite combinations of colors, fiber and prints. Of a remarkable quality, all her fabrics are woven exclusively by artisans in the United States.

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Kapara

Justine Bossé’s Kapara textile studio creates and produces textiles by hand. Each material is custom-made in a unique way, working on a loom that allows it to weave unusually large pieces. With an extensive knowledge of textiles, associating leather with natural or synthetic materials, the studio can develop all types of fabrics from the fashion to the design world. 

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Lauren Hwang

Lauren Hwang launched her collection in 2013, favoring the work of artisanal weavers across the globe. Peruvian alpaca, Indian silk, metallic thread and other noble materials are woven to create superb tweeds, silk chenilles, voiles, buckled and crossed fabrics.

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Soie de Lune

Soie de Lune was founded in 2002 while rigorously exploring the traditional forms and motifs of Laos, greatly complex weaving processes, and an experienced eye to obtain very subtle and unique silk weaves. These quite geometric fabrics are true pieces uniques, some taking a whole day to weave only 12 centimeters! The collection has now extended these prints into cottons and wools.

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Nicole Fabre Design

Collector of ancient documents and lover of textiles, Nicole Fabre has achieved the grand project of producing her own collection by replicating motifs of the XVIII century with authenticity and using vegetable-dyed linen weaves, which has produced a work of startling beauty. For its prints, the choice of mediums is between cotton and linen. A “custom” service is offered to each client in the breath of its printed color range and the variety of its palettes.

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Souveraine

In the tradition of Belgian linen weaving, Souveraine presents collections of superior quality, both timeless and contemporary. Weaving effects and subtle color palettes make these fabrics unmissable.

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Chauveau Ragueneau

A return to curtain rails and accessories made in the XVII and XVIIIth centuries. Each stone is forged by hand to the client’s custom demands, and finishes vary from a polished black to a white, gold, or even blue iron to answer all your desired effects.

Bradley

Founded in 1992, the Bradley curtain rails adapt themselves to all types of configurations. The collections are conceived to offer user-friendly custom pieces. Allying rigorous design with the craftsmanship of Suffolk artisans, the Bradley collection is produced with passion and consistent attention to detail.

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Florence Broadhurst

Based on an impressive collection of over 500 drawings by Florence Broadhurst, Signature Prints prints documents by frame, exploiting motifs from the 60s and 70s. Each client can therefore create his own fabric or wallpaper by choosing from a variety of custom colors.

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Vandra Rugs

The Vandra rugs were born from a combination of design and ancestral Swedish weaving techniques. They are all made based on traditional craftsmanship in linen and cotton. By choosing color tones from over 200 references, cotton is woven with linen thread to create a rug that will be a veritable pièce unique.

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Timorous Beasties

Timorous Beasties are a bit of the ‘rebels’ of the textile and wallpaper world, with strong prints often at a gigantic scale. Nature and insects are very present and interpreted in a grandiose way. Its famous ‘Toiles de Jouy’ illustrate famous capitals with street scenes going even into libertinage. Everything is modifiable and possible to customize in their Glasgow studio.

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Seema Krish

Born in Bombay, Seema Krish is soaked in the traditional artisanal culture of her country. She is however also a contemporary artist who has complete mastery over contemporary technologies. After 15 years spent in New York, she is now in a studio in San Francisco, fueled by cultural axe between east and west.

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Andrew Martin

The world of Andrew Martin defines itself by guiding towards adventure, fauna, and creativity, without forgetting humor. A world in which Martin Waller brings us for our pure enjoyment.

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Misha

Inspired by traditional oriental drawings, Misha’s silk wallpapers are true paintings made by hand following artisanal techniques of the Qin dynasty (XVIIIth century), all while bringing a contemporary vision to these magnificent motifs.

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4 Spaces

4 Spaces produces its own textile collections in Switzerland or Europe. These are fabrics with character, pure and tactile. Elegance, simplicity and practicality are the three key words of the studio run by Michele Rondelli. Threads of cashmere, silk, linen and Egyptian cotton are woven 300cm wide for easier use while remaining very refined.

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Textiles Vicens

In a very Mediterranean spirit, the collection of Vicens textiles founded in 1854 is filled with freshness and sun. On the mediums of linen and cotton, Ikat motifs play with each other on a range of honest colors. With its artisanal weaving done in Majorca, these traditional fabrics bring rhythm and elegance.

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Angelo Rugs

Founded in 1999 by Fiona De Witle, the Belgian brand Angelo designs, edits, and commercializes contemporary rugs made by hand. All types of worlds exist at Angelo Rugs: classic, leather, geometric, shaggy, natural, modern and design! A specialist for custom projects, the team of designers at Angelo’s is available to help you design and create personalized rugs in a variety of size, color, or design.

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