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Go for a graphic print in a neutral and feel free to add bold color everywhere else. This set would be great for jazzing up a boring, old bed.
Bengale Toile is another favorite from Manuel Canovas. For a bold look, paper the walls and use the coordinating fabric on the upholstery.
If you want to create a bath fit for a queen, be sure to include this unforgettable "Chrysanthemum" pattern, complete with inlaid mother of pearl.
Imagine the softness and warmth of hand-quilted linens made of vibrant silk with a polyester fill. These quality coverlets and shams are also reversible for more variety and use. Orange linens with turquoise stitching reverse to fuchsia. Turquoise linens with fuchsia stitching reverse to lime....
Charm and comfort. Red and ivory "French Country" comforter sets include toile comforter, coordinating pieced shams adorned with gimp and cording, and gathered buffalo-check dust skirt with 18" drop. Coordinating European shams and accent pillows are al...
This hand screened octopus shower curtain brings one of the most mysterious creatures from the sea right to your giftee's bathroom.
Rich colors and varied hues remind me of striated earth or beautiful agates. There are many more color variations available for this print too.
Toile fabrics are classically beautiful. And now they are available in lots of great color combinations that will work with almost any decorating style. I love the red and yellow color scheme of these scalloped valances. The box pleats give this valance a custom look.
For once, here is a character-themed design that doesn't make me run away screaming. I love how subtle this Peter Pan toile is. I'd put it in the playroom or nursery.
I love the classic romanticism of toile de jouy, which is prettiest in soft blue and ivory florals. To emphasize these lovely qualities, I would have this high-backed, two-seater sofa in a sitting room with lots of ivory-painted French pieces and a light wood plank floor.
Floral 2 Seater Sofa
You will definitely infuse your daughter's room with pink, with this velvet duvet. Soft in texture and color, this would be a great touch of pink in a more delicate pink-and-white room or as a lighter touch to bolder pinks, as shown here.
An over-dyed look, this rug would be so beautiful paired with sunshine yellow — especially in a kid's playroom.
If you have a dino lover, here's a fun tower of dinosaurs on a quilt from The Land of Nod. Plus, there are some great pillows for your future paleontologist to snuggle up with too.
Who would've thought that blinds could help you save money and the environment? Hunter Douglas, blind manufacturer extraordinaire, has created a patented honeycomb construction that reduces energy loss at the window up to 50 percent. The secret is that each blind segment is a honeycomb shape, with...
This pattern is reminiscent of toile, but with big beautiful birds and a darker palette. Best of all, it's on major markdown from $280 to $98. Score!
This sculptural chair is fanciful yet contemporary. It really has the beautiful essence of a giant flower.
Wouldn't curtains in red chinoiserie toile be a fantastic way to dress up your home for the holidays and for every day?
Dramatic and luxurious, Legacy Home Vauxhall bed linens recall the Victorian period with their Victorian-style toile pattern. Touches of velvet add to the richness of this bedding. Stunning on an iron bed or a bed made of rich woods like mahogany or walnut.
"Vauxhall" Bed Linens
I'm not normally a wallpaper fan, but this hot pink toile would be amazing in a dining room, dressing room, bathroom or kitchen.
This blue and white paper is like a cross between a toile and an Otomi print. And from a distance, it almost resembles an ikat. I love it.
Looking to add a little French flair to your black and white bathroom? Look no further. Accessories like this toile hand towel are just the ticket.
Coastal toile — I love it! A simple bedroom needs little additional decor with a gorgeous duvet like this. Why not let the linens do all the talking?
These oven gloves were created by a chic Parisian brand that likes to introduce fashion in the kitchen. I think the juxtaposition of the Toile de Jouy pattern and the neon pink iconic chick is absolutely irresistible.
Oven Gloves, Gray Jouy
The combination of the Toile de Jouy fabric and the contemporary design makes my heart jump with joy. Too bad I'm already the owner of a countless number of cushions, otherwise I would definitely add this one to my living room.
The Quilt Chair by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec looks so soft and squishy. It would be perfect for curling up with a book.
I'm dying to decorate a bedroom around this wallpaper. The black and white is so chic, and the flowers aren't too busy like they are in some toiles.
A whole room in toile de jouy pattern may be a bit much, but this lamp base injects it into your decor without sweating it.
Canton Blue Lamp
When changing out bedding for spring, most people think of bright colors, but a black and white quilt paired with sharp white sheets puts a new spin on spring.
These upcycled spoons that have been hand stamped with "double double, toil & trouble, fire burn & cauldron bubble" are the perfect party favors for your guests to take home.
John Robshaw puts a twist on typical toile with his Taj Mahal patterned curtains. Bring a bit of Agra to your home with a curtain panel or two.
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