From the mundane details of your life to your greatest indulgences.
"This collection is a result of all the years we’ve been creating interiors for clients around the world... from upholstered walls and plaster finishes to custom wallpapers and countless bespoke pieces. We wanted to bring these techniques and craft to our fellow designers. This collection is an homage to our dedicated Artisans from whom we learn everyday"
– Richard & Maxime
The collection is comprised of distinct colors and diverse patterns, but altogether the LES ENSEMBLIERS' collection tells one cohesive and unique story – a life well-lived, well-traveled and always well-dressed.
Embroidered grass cloths, hand painted papers, high gloss lacquer effects…a beautiful range of surfaces and colourways ranging from audacious to classic, from soft neutrals to deep warm wall coverings. This new collection is a continued conversation from their 2017 fabric collection and tells the story of some of the best classics of interiors with new and graphics patterns with a fresh and modern eye. A distinguished luxury assemblage for interiors with the inimitable Brunchswig & Fils touch.
Richard Ouellette of Montreal design house Les Ensembliers collaborated with Brunschwig & Fils to create a modern and sophisticated collection of fabric and trimmings. Mixing eclectic style and sumptuous texture, Les Ensembliers offer an unexpected range with a mix of traditional and contemporary fabric. Old world charm is updated with modern construction to bring a fashionable flair while remaining true to Brunschwig & Fils’ iconic heritage.
Like all of Brunschwig & Fil’s legendary collections, Les Ensembliers' originated in the archive. Patterns like LES PIVOINES PRINT, based on an original document from the 1970s, takes on a whole new life with an artist’s hand reimagining the floral design. Ouellette says spending time in Brunschwig’s archive was an immense privilege and very empowering for him as a designer.
«It’s the perfect blend of traditional and contemporary. In this collection, we combine Brunschwig’s history and the current mood of today to fill a gap in the market. We are going back to the traditional; chintz and florals from an earlier era, but revisiting them with an edge for today.»
We wanted the rugs to feel unique and special. Each rug feels like a piece of art, inspired by objects, moments, and periods that have marked our lives. They were created as unique pieces and somehow, magically, they all blend and connect to each other perfectly.