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Brunschwig & Fils Sep 7
Get all furniture and fabric orders in by TODAY to ensure clients can entertain in style this Thanksgiving.
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Brunschwig & Fils Aug 28
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Brunschwig & Fils Aug 23
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Brunschwig & Fils Aug 7
Paisleys, stripes, skins, oh my! blues and greens offer the perfect complement in any pattern.
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Brunschwig & Fils Aug 3
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Brunschwig & Fils Jul 13
It's all in the details. Add the perfect touch with trims.
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Brunschwig & Fils Jul 10
Thank you for writing about the adventurous story behind Baret Collection. (Written and produced by: | Photographer: Doug Young)
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Brunschwig & Fils Jul 8
Les Pivoines Print is a uniquely drawn floral design reinterpreted from the archives.
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Brunschwig & Fils Jun 26
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Brunschwig & Fils Jun 22
Mediterranean and Middle Eastern stencil patterns inspired Solanum Embroidery.
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Brunschwig & Fils Jun 1
Leave luxury at the door no more! Our indoor/outdoor fabrics are made to perform without compromising on style. Discover more on our newest blog post, Elevated Entertaining:
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Brunschwig & Fils May 29
Nicky Hilton lounges in luxury with Porthos. Get the look: new colorways available now!
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Brunschwig & Fils May 18
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Brunschwig & Fils May 11
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Brunschwig & Fils May 10
We are thrilled to have Les Touches be the featured pattern for the cover of the brand new book “Inspired Design: The 100 Most Important Designers Of The Past 100 Years”. Preorder your copy today:
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Brunschwig & Fils May 8
Lodi Garden Print from Baret Collection depicts the royal court during the Mughal Empire era.
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Brunschwig & Fils Apr 28
Inspired by Old Roman Mosaics, these opulent wool and silk carpets from are skillfully knotted by hand to magnify the dimension of the geometric design and texture.
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Brunschwig & Fils Apr 26
Bird & Thistle is the first pattern that started the fruitful partnership between and the Winterthur Museum back in the 1970’s.
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Brunschwig & Fils Apr 25
partnership with the Winterthur Museum dates back to the 1970s, when began licensing archival documents amassed by Henry Francis du Pont, a renowned antiques collector and horticulturist.
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Brunschwig & Fils Apr 14
A stunning preview of Baret Collection; a globally-inspired masterpiece featuring colorful textiles with an eclectic and worldly spirit.
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