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Fabrics & Linens: Jules Pansu

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Fabrics & Linens: Jules Pansu

February 3, 2008

A reader inquired about Belgian designer Karin Draaijer’s fabrics in last week’s Belgium Week post. For the chair in question, Draaijer used a fabric from the 125-year-old French company J. Pansu (their Paris boutique is in St. Germaine, at 42, rue Bonaparte) and the pattern is Macaron; go to pansu.com for information. In addition to fabrics, they offer handwoven tapestries, rugs, and pillows.

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Below L: Draaijer’s chair covered in Macaron. Below R: Mouffetard, a very dense, colorful stripe fabric. Fabrics  Linens Jules Pansu portrait 5 Fabrics  Linens Jules Pansu portrait 6

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