Some extremely hip & busy places around the world, many of them designed by Jacques Garcia, are being embraced with much love. This French master is one of the best hotel interior designers, just take hotel Costes in Paris or the Selman in Marrakech. The ultra chic look and outrageous color combinations thrive in these palaces of joy.
How to get a hip style with Passementerie
Some tricks to deal with Passementerie in interior is to combine the right colors: …..
Take a look at the color combination we used in these projects.
Many people have lost interest in Passementerie, specially in the northern parts of Europe. Though it has been around for centuries, many feel the added detail is ‘too charged’ for their liking, is this really true? Or don’t we know how to deal with this fantastic piece of art?
Passementier in the 16th century
It was so hard to make passementerie and to become part of the Guilt of Passementiers you were required to take an apprenticeship of seven years to become a master in one of the subdivisions of the guild!
These days trimmings, edges and tassels are not made anymore from gold & silver cord but from silk, linen or viscose. Amazing passementiers these days still do amazing work and next time just think about this amazing detail and work of art!
Curious to some of the amazing passementier houses?
Les Passementerie lle de France
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