Été-indien textile wallpaper - Yellow

Designer: Cristina Celestino

890 €

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Description

The textile wallpaper is an elegant wall dressing, ideal for decorating several spaces.
It enhances a room's charm and elegance thanks it its pattern, which acts as a reference for enthusiasts of authenticity, optimism and sophistication.
Created in collaboration with Italian designer Cristina Celestino, this wallpaper boasts textural effects that give it a three-dimensional perspective.

Presented here in blue, ochre and terracotta tones, it is also available in a second color scheme. 

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Features

Dimensions (in.) : W55,1 x H126
Price : 199 € TTC/m2 
Materials: Cotton and viscose jacquard fabric (64%CO 36%VI), TNT
Backed with a TNT layer, the textile wallpaper can be hung just like traditional wallpaper. We recommend hiring a specialist. Download the installation instructions that will be provided with your order.
Handmade in Italy

Maintenance advice

Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight may alter the color of the pieces

Delivery
In stock, delivered within 3 to 7 days.

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Arts and materials

This designer wallpaper has been woven by one of the oldest Venetian workshops dating back to the 18th century. Thanks to its construction on a jacquard loom and its intricate pattern, the Eté-Indien wallpaper is a true feat of craftmanship, combining ancestral expertise with modern innovation. 

Inspiration

The Intérieur aux Aubergines collection is a reinterpretation of the all-over style developed by Henri Matisse in his 1911 painting of the same name, which is considered to be one of his most decorative works. The Été-Indien textile wallpaper recreates this atmosphere by reflecting the arabesque motifs found on the painting. 

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Cristina Celestino

For the permanent collection Intérieur aux aubergines, Maison Matisse was inspired by Henri Matisse's eponymous painting from 1911 and collaborated with the Italian designer Cristina Celestino. This choice seemed self-evident. The designer’s world is perfectly adapted to that of the artist’s painting in this particularly decorative canvas where the planes deeply superimpose each other.

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Cristina Celestino