Claude Monet’s “Water Lilies” series (Nymphéas in French) on display at the Musée de la Orangerie in Paris, was produced between 1898 and 1926. Almost three decades of the painter’s life were dedicated to this beautiful floral motif, inspired by his garden at Giverny. Art researchers say that Monet, in his “Water Lilies” series, intended to “expose the viewer to an immediate experience of nature”, and that is how he conceived not only each canvas, but also its arrangement in space.
Our maximum aspiration as editors of fabrics for decoration should always be the same as Monet had with his “Water Lilies” at the Musée de l’Orangerie: to offer a pleasant, immediate and integrated experience in the space in which we intervene. We present our latest floral collections: Garnier, Orangerie, Boteh y Still Life.
Hope you enjoy the experience!
The imposing Paris Opera House, Palais Garnier, has been the inspiration for this collection made up of two items: Garnier, a toile de jouy with a modern design, and Garnier check, an elegant checked fabric available in blue, green and black.
Boteh, whose meaning is bush in Persian, is a printed fabric with a paisley motif that is now back in fashion in decoration. We can get the design in 3 tones: blue, water green and beige and in reddish tones.
Still Life collection
Still life is our collection of printed fabrics that reminds us of that still life that Paul Cézanne knew how to portray.