Tissus Tartares patterns feature richly colored designs with Eurasian aesthetics.
Fabric house owners Olya Thompson and Nathalie Farman-Farma are influenced by Tartar robes, Ballet Russes costumes and Old St Petersburg interiors when creating these beautiful fabrics.
Literary works also inspire. Lermontov [above, bottom] is named after a 19th century writer who described traveling noblemen unrolling their carpets for mealtime.
Hand-printed in France, the feminine prints will bring romance into the bedroom or a bohemian flair to the living room. Their vibrant colors, high quality craftsmanship and exquisite pattern details will help create the room of your dreams.
(Sources: WOI, Tissus Tartares, WSJ Magazine)
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