Last week our Pierre Frey representative came to show us their spring collection for 2014, and we loved what we saw! Their Papiers Peints Wallpaper range is particularly wonderful, and takes the viewer on a cultural voyage, from depictions of dramatic Rococo scenes to stacks of colourful silk fabrics.
The ‘Venu’s wallpaper displays freely adapted scenes from works by Artists from the Rococo movement, Francois Boucher and Giambattista Tiepolo.
The ‘Jour De Fete’ is a fantastical display of wild galloping horses.
‘Ginger’ reproduces a late 19th century Persian painted panel.
This Trompe L’oeil, ‘Boheme’, depicts fragile bohemian glasses aligned on oak shelves.
‘Gaya’ is inspired by the ceremonial costumes of Rajasthan.
‘L’armoire De Marguerite’ displays shelves of beautiful fabrics, originally painted by Jean Pierre.
The exotic flowers that make up ‘Miami’ take inspiration from the beautiful Californian coast.
‘Bel Ami’ is made up of a charming array of botanical and wildlife illustrations.
‘Mauritius’ portrays the idealistic beauty of an Island shaded by palm trees.
The Papier peints is just part of the new collection for spring 2014, so be sure take a look at the rest at http://www.pierrefrey.com/