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February 2018

Since the beginning, leather has been the signature of Maison Duvivier Canapés' exceptional furniture. Today, it affirms its character and its new identity with its new collection "Jules" signed by the young French designer Charlotte Juillard and its collaboration with the most beautiful and big French fabric Editors.

Sharing the same values ​​and the same label EPV (Living Heritage Companie) these collaborations offer magnificent variations of materials and colors in the purest tradition of French chic.

About Créations Métaphores

About Créations Métaphores

High-end upholstery designer, Créations Métaphores brings together the Metaphores, Verel de Belval and Le Crin brands. Inspired each by materials, history and exceptional know-how, their collections meet to draw interior universes marked by elegance, color, emotion and sensuality.

Créations Métaphores is rich of three strong identities: contemporary inspiration for Metaphores, classic prestige of the great Lyon silk for Verel de Belval, exceptional material and traditional world unique know-how for Le Crin. This complementarity offers professionals, decorators, upholsterers or architects, infinite possibilities of combinations between styles: coordinated colors, daring combinations of materials and patterns, subtle dialogue between classical and contemporary.

Sharing common values, the brands Metaphores, Verel de Belval and Le Crin are based on the requirement of know-how, the high technicality of weaving and printing, the innovative finishes in the service of the touch, the choice and the quality of noble and natural materials to create seductive and timeless collections constantly renewed.


Chaise Jules, design Charlotte Juillard for Maison Duvivier Canapés. Velvet Sacré Coeur color Terre from Créations Métaphores.

Founded in 1935, Pierre Frey creates, publishes and manufactures fabrics. The notions of well - being and quality are not words thrown in the wind but are real fundamentals. Heir to a know-how it claims, Pierre Frey is inventive and deeply eclectic. It draws its inspiration from the art of far-off ethnic groups as well as the 18th century French or contemporary art. The Pierre Frey collections mix materials and patterns in harmonious and unique colors.

Individuals, great decorators, upholsterers, museums and other cultural institutions appreciate in Pierre Frey the audacity. Each collection is a story, a possible journey through the combined action of Patrick Frey and his studio as well as all the designers, weavers, printers and embroiderers who put their know-how at the service of the same passion.

Member of the Comité Colbert, created in 1954, which brings together the French Luxury Houses and cultural institutions, the Pierre Frey House participates with strength and conviction in the international influence of the French Art de vivre.

For a few years now, Pierre Frey has been expanding its offer to new professions in which the Maison expresses all its creative power: wallpaper & wall coverings, custom carpets & rugs, furniture.


Jules You & Me, design Charlotte Juillard for Maison Duvivier Canapés. Ivory Nappaline leather from the Duvivier Canapés collection and Fabric Fox, colors Brique and Caramel from Pierre Frey 2018 Collection.

About Toiles de Mayenne

About Toiles de Mayenne

At the same time weaver and publisher, manufacture and brand, Toiles de Mayenne is defined as a global concept around four professions: the creation, the manufacture of fabrics for the home, the tailoring, the advice in decoration.

Anxious to defend and renew a "French style" lifestyle: Toiles de Mayenne ideally reflects the character, the distinction, the spirit of finesse, but also the rigor and impertinence that weave the same link respect traditions and modernity.


Jules Armchair, design Charlotte Juillard for Maison Duvivier Canapés. Boxcalf leather Cloud Grey from the Duvivier Canapés collection and Artur fabric color Mouse from Toiles de Mayenne.