The British nobility and well-to-do people of the 16th century not only owned their principal residence in the countryside, but also a generously sized townhouse. This townhouse, distinctly smaller than the country residence, was inhabited only in the Social Season with its many balls and receptions, when the privileged classes moved to town with their servants. Often also called "Brownstones", such houses are found strung together in many places, including New York, London and Paris. The elegance and timelessness of these buildings has provided inspiration for the new collection Salon Bleu.
Pursuant to the title of the collection "Salon Bleu", the range focuses on cool colour nuances such as navy, moon shadow and sage, complemented by poetic rosy-pink, Marsala and natural hues. The highlights of the Salon Bleu collection are the lavishly embroidered articles Constance, Chiné and Connaisseur. The quality Constance thrills with a generous blossom interpretation, which comes beautifully into its own on the elegant linen/cotton blend. Constance is available in 5 extraordinary colourways. The design of the quality Chiné displays a graphic interpretation of historic ikat documents. The partial use of lurex yarn and the silk blend in the ground lend the fabric additional sophistication. Chiné is available in four imposing colourways.
The delicate embroidery Connaisseur convinces with a highly coloured, floral embroidery design on a structured linen/viscose ground. Connaisseur is available in four elegant colourways. The small-patterned check designs Chivan and Charon, as well as the plain fabrics Chanchal and Chandler, are ideal complements in the upholstery segment.
This is only a small selection of the different prints, patterns, colours and textures you will find in the Soleil Bleu "Salon Bleu" collection. Be inspired and discover the wonderful and varied world of Soleil Bleu.
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