Antoinette Poisson is a decoration brand that brings old printing techniques up to date and uses them on many delicate objects.
The art of Domino paper
Do you know domino paper? These are sheets of printed paper (called “Dominos”) that were once used to line walls, decorate the interior of books, chests or even hat boxes. Dominoterie is therefore the ancestor of current tapestry, that is to say wallpaper! This forgotten know-how has been brought up to date thanks to Antoinette Poisson: the founders of the brand have put all their energy to revive this popular art which died out at the end of the 18th century with the arrival of paper. in rolls. While remaining faithful to the techniques used at the time by Domino makers, Antoinette Poisson offers sheets of domino paper featuring historical patterns, but also their own patterns, timeless and colorful.
The real surname of the marquise de Pompadour
Behind this funny name, which corresponds to the real surname of the Marquise de Pompadour, hides a trio of enthusiasts: Julie Stordiau, Vincent Farelly and Jean-Baptiste Martin. All three are heritage restorers specializing in wallpaper, graduates of the National Heritage Institute and the Sorbonne. They chose to revive this French know-how representative of the decorative arts of the 18th century after discovering residues of domino paper on a construction site. In addition to the classic domino paper sheets, their creations are now available in the form of notebooks, wallpaper, cushions, dishes and plaids. The universe of Antoinette Poisson ensures to develop more and more this small decoration in addition to the traditional wallpaper. Printed textiles, lampshades, small pieces of furniture, hand-stitched notebooks: everyone will be likely to find the very 18th century accessory that makes them dream!
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