MILLY LA FORÊT By LELIEVRE
Nonwoven wallpaper with floral pattern
This motif recalls the sumptuous plant decor of the walls of the Saint-Blaise des Simples chapel in Milly la Forêt painted by Jean Cocteau. To pay tribute to Saint-Blaise, a famous healer who used medicinal plants, then called "simple", he pitched beautiful flowering stems like a giant herbarium onto the walls of the chapel, rising into the sky like a prayer. We have respected the remarkable scale of these flowers by creating a wallpaper that can reach into infinity as a panoramic. This paper is digitally printed on a non-woven backing with matte finish.
Jean Cocteau is one of the artists who has shaped the French cultural landscape the most in the 20th century. He considered himself above all a poet, and his graphic, graceful and mysterious talent is known throughout the world. His work is considerable and timeless. Its creativity and modernity is a source of inexhaustible inspiration.
We are very proud to be able to pay tribute to him and to share his poetic and singular universe through a collection of Lelièvre wallpapers, all conceived from original works.