L’Indienne de Nîmes 1774

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 “Indienne floral de Nîmes 1774” is an original creation © Le Presse Papier .

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Our wallpapers are available in two professional quality materials, offering different results in terms of light and texture.

Photo of linen textured non-woven paper Linen textured non-woven : This material offers a rendering close to fabric, with a very high quality traditional fiber texture.
PVC-based wall covering on paper backing, thickness 300 gr/m². Surface resistant to scratches and moderate impacts, washable. Very quick drying, simple installation, leaves no residue when removed. M1 fire classification.

Photo of matte and smooth non-woven paper Matte and smooth non-woven : This material offers a uniform and smooth finish, very high quality.
Non-woven support with high opacity, ecological, PVC-free, thickness of 195 gr/m². Strong tear resistance, washable. Simple installation with standard wallpaper glue. M2 fire classification.

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Inspiration

We have acquired and patiently restored, in this approach to preserving the heritage that is close to our hearts, a textile archive representing an 18th century Indian light, printed on Nîmes canvas.

Arriving in the West from the 17th century via the sea routes from the port of Marseille, the Indiennes, fabrics from India made with a wooden board, roller, stamp or even by hand, will have a lasting impact on the eye and taste of Westerners.

Dazzled by the fabulous exotic patterns, the shimmering colors and the lightness of these cotton fabrics, Europeans sought to produce their own textiles. The first productions were made in Marseille, but Avignon, Aix or Nîmes, from 1678, took over from the Phocaean city and stood out with a great intensity of colors such as Sun Yellow as well as patterns inspired by flora tinged with an oriental influence.

Stopped for a time by the ban on the importation and production of Indiennes in order not to compete with the wool and silk trade, the development of this craft continues to arouse the enthusiasm of the Provençals, particularly seduced by the practicality of these cotton fabrics.

Here is a whole part of the creative journey of cotton fabrics from the Orient which is revealed, adapted and reinterpreted by the Provençal eye.

On the technical side

Connection :

horizontal connection size 186cm

vertical connection size 35cm

 

This model is available custom-made at a price of $92/M².
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Our guarantees

Designed and manufactured in our workshops in Lyon
Fast and careful shipping in rigid packaging
Glue: Wall gluing
Solvent-free A+ inks
Recyclable non-woven wall covering
Pattern connection: Right/Left connection
Washability: Washable
Detachability: Removable
Fire retardant: M1 classified

FSC certifications - Greenguard - Imprim'vert - Indoor air emissions A +

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