Posts tagged ‘Paris’

March 13, 2013

Oui Oui

Cowtan & Tout
SFDC Showplace #170

The French fabric house, Manuel Canovas is internationally renowned for the quality of its textiles and vivid colors. Essentially European, the Manuel Canovas unequaled color philosophy is the foundation of all the collections. The luxurious weaves and stunning prints are instantly recognizable by their unusual color harmonies. The high style prints, wovens and wallpapers make Manuel Canovas textiles a distinct choice for interiors.  Take the beauty in at Cowtan & Tout, Showplace #170.

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June 25, 2012

GRANGE Furniture, Inc. Announces Paris

GRANGE
SFDC Showplace #160

Introducing Paris, a new outdoor collection to enhance GRANGE’s array of transitional indoor/outdoor pieces. Although modern in nature, Paris represents the craftsmanship and esthetic unmistakable of classic French design. This outdoor collection blends the design aesthetics of Louis XV and XVI styles, while adding a bit of whimsy to its clean lines. Made from white, powder-coated cast aluminum frames these deep-seated, lounge pieces have incorporated quick dry foam cushions and snap off weather-resistant upholstery. Stocked in gray flannelle Sunbrella, standard with white snaps.

These pieces can be ordered through GRANGE located in the SFDC Showplace, #160.

GRANGE: 415.863.6406

February 16, 2012

A Walking Tour of Paris? Oui Oui!

::SPOT LIGHT::

Donghia, Inc.
SFDC Galleria #144

Bonjour! Take a tour through Paris’ Design District with Crans Baldwin of Donghia and Ludovic Darricau of Elitis. Editor at Large contributor, Jessica Romm, joins the duo down the Boulevard St. Germain for a special preview of the latest textile collections from Donghia, Rubelli, and Elitis for Spring 2012! Get a glimpse of what’s new, and join Crans and Ludovic on their tour from showroom to showroom as they highlight some of their favorite places along the way. 

 
 A Walking Tour of Paris’ Design District with Two Textile Titans (Part 1 of 2)

 

  (Part 2 of 2)

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