Designer Fabrics: "Toiles de Jouy" - A French Inspiration

The simple word "toile" is a shortened form of the term "Toile de Jouy" meaning a type of pattern with a white or colored background depicting a complex scene or theme. This fabric originated from France in the 1700's. Toile de Jouy actually means cloth from Jouy, a town in north central France. In the last twenty years, toile has experienced a flourish of popularity and below we have listed a few favorites of ours. Contact us for more information on any of the fabrics. Above: Scalamandre - Pattern: Winegrowers for draperies and Iveagh plaid on the chairs.
Lee Jofa - Pattern: La Coiffure in rose/tan, cotton and linen blend. Comes in 4 colorways.
Lee Jofa - Pattern: Nirvana in mocha/clay, 100% linen. Comes in 6 colorways.
Kravet - Pattern: Hexad in black/gold/beige, 100% cotton. Comes in 3 colorways.
Kravet - Pattern: Geraine Delft in blue/gold/white, cotton and linen blend. Comes in 4 colorways.
Christopher Norman Collection - Pattern: Les Lions Toile in yellow, 100% cotton.
Bailey & Griffin - Pattern: Paradise Toile in azure/cocoa. Comes in 6 colorways.
Kravet - Pattern: Blissful in beige/green, 100% silk. Comes in 3 colorways.
Anna French - Pattern: Tyntesfield Aqua in 100% linen. Comes in 4 colorways.

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