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These elaborately patterned fabrics claim a rich history almost as storied as the scenes they depict. Still sought after for their exotic indienne likeness, and once banned by King Louis XIV to protect the French fabric trade, irresistible toiles possess the stylish appeal that constitutes a timeless classic.

Toile de Jouy

These elaborately patterned fabrics claim a rich history almost as storied as the scenes they depict. Still sought…

Blueberry Bliss

Blueberry Bliss

Savor the tart and sweet essence of these indigo-colored beauties—picked fresh and eaten ripe or embedded in a…

The Poetry of Giverny

With a painter’s eye, French impressionist painter Claude Monet often combined flowers of like colors and allowed them…

Charming in Blue & White

Charming in Blue & White

Azure skies with cotton-wisp clouds, freshly pressed pinstripe shirts, enchanting scenes deftly depicted on dinnerware—has there ever been…

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