Les Indiennes

Posted on Fri, 9 Mar 2007 by midcenturyjo

Sometimes I wish I wasn’t addicted to my mid century vibe. Sometimes I wish I was a little bit Provencal, a little bit faded days and cicadas thrumming in the hot summer sun. Then I would surround myself with the fabulous offerings from Les Indiennes. A complex “kalamkari” process uses hand carved wooden blocks and natural dyes.They have a deliberate faded quality evocative of antique linens.

 

Images from Les Indiennes.

Oh I just noticed that An Eye for an I:nterior posted on Les Indiennes as well. She has some great links to other Indian influenced homewares sites as well. You blog is looking great Jennifer!

Neta says:

I don’t usually like the whole indian/sari/ethnic cloth thing but these are lovely almost french.

Anna says:

I just love this Jo an in particular that bed head at the top – STUNNING!!!

kim. says:

I love the casual feeling of these fabrics. Great colours too. Would be amazing in a cottage (that I don’t own. Dream on sister, dream on.)

J Lee says:

South Asian influenced textiles are so beautiful. Les Indiennes has great stuff.

I love your blog it is full of inspiring ideas!!!

Suzi says:

So light and flowing. Love that canopied bed.

Getting soooo much inspiration here! That bed!

Anonymous says:

Hi, this is Mary Mulcahy and I’m so happy to finally announce that we are going to be up and running our retail online shop – hopefully within the next week! It will feature our new collection and all orders will receive a free catalog.
Thanks again for you kind support.
Best,
Mary M
Les Indiennes
Designer

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