Toile is making a comeback in home interiors, a pretty pattern it can be seen on everything from teacups to wallpaper. Originally popular in French interiors around the eighteenth century, this traditional pattern has a timeless quality that can be incorporated into any home style.
A Curious Toile dinnerware range from Loveramics is beautifully designed by Tracy Hollins and the delightful salad plate is currently featured on Red online . Tracy has drawn on historic ceramic printing techniques in a familiar quintessential English scene with a playful and unexpected twist.
Each piece within the range tells its own story, the observer wanders across the landscape to discover the story within, whether it be an owl reading a book or a chicken taking a mouse for a walk. The complete porcelain range is available and will make a delightful addition to any table setting as well as a wonderful gift idea.
Pip Studio has created a pretty range of soft furnishings decorated with their own version of this trend topping pattern, Toile de Pip. Including bedding and cushions this range is perfect for transforming your bedroom or updating a tired sofa or chair.
Made from 100% cotton percale, each Pip Studio Toile de Pip cushion will look fabulous on a sofa or bed with this vintage inspired design that will instantly update any living space. Mix with more Pip Studio soft furnishings to create your own style and make this trend fit your home style.