Pattern Love: Pierre Frey's Toile de Nantes

Morning y'all!  While I'm on the topic of patterns and fabrics I lurve (see yesterday's post on Schumacher's Gordian Weave by Kelly Wearstler), here's another one of my faves: Pierre Frey Toile de Nantes.  



Here it is in Aerin Lauder's East Hampton home: 




 Here it is used in an entryway of a New York apartment by Celerie Kemble:

via Tilton Fenwick

Pretty fab shower curtain:

via Mark D. Sikes

Mario Buatta used it all over this canopy, and I love it.

via Elle Decor

I'm pretty sure the fabric on the walls and daybed is the same Pierre Frey Toile de Nantes you see above, but it was credited here as Colefax & Fowler Toile de Vence, so maybe this entire post is wrong thus exposing me as a total amateur fraud. But whatevs, I'm just here to show y'all pretty things.  


And, boy, is it pretty.  

What do y'all think? 

P.S. Thank you, Katie, for the pillow link! 

3 comments :

  1. This one is a little too busy for me. I really only like it on the bed canopy. Using it on the wall or chair is just a little too much for my taste.

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  2. Love this too....in fact the first time I saw it was at a party someone threw for a mutual good friend, her dining room was done in it and it was outrageously gorgeous..loved it ever since! You have great taste:)

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  3. Pierre Frey can almost do no wrong in my opinion! Most of the fabrics in all of the bedrooms in my house are Pierre Frey! Along with alot of wallpaper! In fact, the first show house we did was with Pierre Frey fabric and then my mom was hooked as well! This is beautiful!

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