Riviera at the Belle Epoque
All the Cote d'Azur cities have preserved many Baroque monuments of the Belle Epoque. We can still admire them today. You will have them in front of you with this beautiful square cloth that destroys these old stones to put them in perspective. Some architectural details serve as leitmotif and are found in mosaic in the center of the piece.
The central motif is framed by a small graphic frieze in black and ecru, then the decor is installed on the drop. Lemon and mandarin trees planted in Anduze vases poetically evoke the city of Menton, famous for its citrus fruits. Their foliage and their fruits distil a touch of color as delicate as the scent of bitter orange flowers. Some small olive branches remind Provence, a historic region of attachment. Again, an almost identical frieze, a little wider, closes the scene. Finally, a strip of natural colored fabric lets the eye breathe, it ends with an ecru braid.
Idéal for décoration
Jacquard weaving brings out intricate designs in the fabric's weave. This technique, born in France at the beginning of the 19th century, is very much used for decorative linen. With a composition of cotton and polyester, you obtain the ideal combination that gives hold to the fabric. These two characteristics (technique and material) give a very successful result. The patterns are highlighted by the special texture of Jacquard woven.
A set for your living room
It would be nice as a sofa plaid, cover for a bed or coffee table cloth. It will welcome your games with your family, your invitations to have a rest ... It will be a nice protection for your furniture, and machine washable.