Our collection "Artiparis" is designed for everyday use. Practical and aesthetic is the motto of this collection. Delicately embroidered water-repellent placemats, tablecloths and napkins blend into contemporary interiors with harmony.
ARTICHOKE - Our first collection of textiles designed for the table and the house.The artichoke was a great source of inspiration for us. We made it our very first collection and it gave us the idea of the name of our new project "artiparis", a mix of nature and the Latin "artis" found in the art of living and art of entertaining.
The spring-summer "Hydrangea" collection is light and fresh. Designed with a silver-blue pattern, the collection will blend perfectly with white porcelain, crystal and silverware. It will blend in with both modern and classic interior.
From the beginning of the Middle Ages to the present day, roses are one of the most wide-spread artistic themes. The roses of the domain of Saint-Cloud inspired us to create these embroidery patterns. These roses create a summer atmosphere. They ideally decorate tablecloths for solemn occasions, weddings or birthdays. they are also to be found in the form of decorative pillows or bed linen.
The watercolor "Magnolia" by Elizabeth Eaton Burton in 1920 inspired us to create this embroidery. This design has been developed for the art of living as well as home decorating, in particular for cushions or decorative panels. This collection comes in two colors: natural linen and turquoise.
We created this collection for all of those who are preparing for the happiest day of their life. This motif of collection is an evocation of the ancient tradition of throwing rose petals on newlyweds. You can order the entire collection or only some decorative elements - veil, lace, tablecloth.
Our Christmas collection is angelic. It is inspired by medieval frescoes. Our angels appear in 3 versions: golden, silvery and white. We also propose you an ornamental lace with which you can create a unique atmosphere of festive season by decorating your house, your Christmas tree or your clothes.