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A view into our world at Suzanne Lovell, Inc. and the ideas that inspire us daily. 

Pierre Frey was founded in 1935 by it's namesake. The company has designed beautifully luxurious textiles for over 80 years. With 7,000 items under its large umbrella, the company has an amazing collection of fabric, wallpaper, furniture and decorative objects. With three other prominent brands under Pierre Frey: Braquenié, Fadini Borghi and Boussac, it's no surprise that the scope is so wide-reaching.

Now run by Frey's son, Patrick, and grandsons, Vincent, Pierre and Matthieu, this design company has stayed close to its roots by continuing to make the majority of their products in a Northern France factory... thus ensuring the high standards they demand... remain.

We love the innovative vintage designs that have been renewed for the 21st century. We love the colors and prints that were recently featured. And, we love the authenticity and loyalty to French design that Pierre Frey maintains! 

Moon Lin F2768002. 100% Linen, color- Argent

Image courtesy of: Piere Frey

Ellipse fabric by Pierre Frey. Made from 40% acrylic, 60% polyester. (F2494005)

Image courtesy of: Pierre Frey

Fabric- F2719001 Mott. Embroidery with metal and silk and slightly raised polka dots.

Image courtesy: Pierre Frey

Fabric Moon Laine, F2767001. A beautiful print with a metal circular effect. Made from 80% wool, 20% polyester, color is bronze.

Image courtesy of: Pierre Frey

Posted in: Interior Design
Tagged: Textiles French Pierre Frey

Geometric Inspiration

January 25, 2016

Today we are inspired by geometry - the rigid and rhythmic organization of space in both two and three dimensions. 

Christian Liaigre’s Paris Showroom. Featured are vintage 1960's Joe Colombo rattan armchairs.

Image Courtesy of Architectural Digest

Charlotte Perriand, Mexique Bookshelf, 1952

Bookshelf made of pine frame, with black and white lacquered folded sheet steel boxes, and green lacquered ‘pointe de diamant’ sliding doors. 63” x 72.5” x 12.8”

Image Courtesy of Master Art

Sean Scully, Yellow Junction, 1992, oil on canvas and steel, Galerie Leong at Art Basel Miami 2015

Image Courtesy of Suzanne Lovell Inc. 

Piet Mondrian, Painting No. 9, oil on canvas, 1872-1944, 31-3/8” x 29-1/4”

Image Courtesy of the Phillips Collection

The iconic fusion between high fashion and the modern Dutch art movement with Yves Saint Laurent’s 1965 "Mondrian Collection". 

Image Courtesy of Gemeente Museum

Pierre Frey Textile, Perspective, Noir & Black

Image Courtesy of Suzanne Lovell Inc.

Posted in: Welcome to My Cage
Tagged: SEAN SCULLY Geometry Christian Liaigre Charlotte Perriand Hans Arp Piet Mondrian Yves Saint Laurent Pierre Frey

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