I have always been a fan of the work of French artist and designer Paule Marrot.  

Paule Marrot (1902–1987) was a Parisian textile designer widely known for her textile prints with a flat, two-dimensional, upbeat style — often with a floral pattern. She experienced strong popularity in the U.S. after World War II, worked withRenault to develop the company's textile and color division, and redefined furnishing fabrics in her native country of France. (via)

She has seem to make a big resurgence in recent years. Here are a few of my favorites of today.

Enjoy and have a terrific long weekend. 

Paule Marrot Feathers Artwork See the whole Paule Marrot collection by Natural Curiosities HERE.

Paule Marrot Chest by Steven Shell

Paule Marrot Forget-me-not Tray

Paule Marrot Beatrice Tablecloth

Paule Marrot Beatrice Napkins

Paule Marrot Flower Tray

Paule Marrot Candle

Paule Marrot Cocktail Napkins

Paule Marrot Guest Towels

Surya Paule Marrot Rug


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One Response to The Pretty Products of Paule Marrot
  1. I like the floral pattern she used, it really shows here feminine side as a designer.


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