Marcelise is another great textile company we got lucky to meet at Maison et Objet, Paris. They produce sustainable, eco-friendly and stylish fabrics. With Marcelise, the designer ChloƩ Sanier has found the perfect opportunity to develop her very personal design vocabulary, contemporary, sensual, up to date but very much part of the traditional home.

From their website:

The company Marcelise has been born through the desire of its creator to develop textiles for the home which resonate with the spirit of the times, provide great design using resilient fabrics, and crucially, are without danger to either our health or the environment.
For this collection, the designer has chosen to create a range of contemporary necessities for everyday living, using finely woven soft-washed linen.  Derived from flax grown within Europe, the linen is produced in a way which not only supports sustainable development, but which also provides excellent working conditions for those entrusted with its high quality manufacture.

Using fine pure linen, Marcelise collections will feature contemporary graphics and intricate designs.

Irregularly repeated patterns on tablecloths, cushions, curtains and bed-covers, gives the illusion of every product being unique, whilst also providing continuity. Each design is enlivened by enticing coloured detail, both subtle and contrasting, lending the textiles an ability to suit all tastes and interiors.