One of Paris’s newest must-see visits is the newly opened Dior gallery. The building features a majestic boutique, a restaurant run by Jean Imbert, a luxury suite, a Garden of Eden, and a gallery. You can experience a scenographic narrative of Parisian Haute Couture history in the gallery. Nathalie Criniere designed the gallery tour. It spans thirteen rooms as you see the history behind creating the well-established fashion house.
Christian Dior was born in Granville, Normandy, in a family that lived comfortably due to its fertilizer and chemicals manufacturing business. In the 1920s, Dior started to frequent the cultural milieu in Paris, befriending many artists of the time. In 1928, he opened an art gallery with Jacques Bonjean in Paris. He opened another gallery in partnership with Pierre Colle, only four years later. In 1941, Dior got a job as a designer at the house of Lucien Lelong. Only five years later, Dior and Marcel Boussac joined forces to create the Christian Dior couture house. In 1948, Dior opened on Fifth Avenue in New York City, only two years later. The fashion brand only continued to grow from that point to becoming the renowned name today.
Inspired by the florals and the soft color palette, we used our Abstract floral rug as the backdrop for this soft material palette. This rug features light blues and pinks, along with creams. Additionally, the delicate and abstract floral design is a beautiful way to pay homage to Christian Dior.
We wanted to create a soft material palette with the floral carpet in mind. Therefore, we decided to include light-colored materials, such as Storm by Concept Surfaces, Caliza Series, 33345 by Kravet Contract, Oat Milk by Sherwin-Williams, and Chiffon by Koroseal Interior Products. We included Reform Artworks Angle by ege by Talk Carpet to bring a dark yet neutral contrast to the board. Lastly, we included EuroTwill Reversible Broken Weave by Mecho for a pop of color and more contrast overall.
Our new rug shop is an excellent option if you want to add something special to any space. We offer the best commercial-grade area rugs made from recycled nylon to wool-nylon mix. Our broadloom patterns can be made into area rugs, so the sky is the limit design-wise. We have a standard lead time of ten weeks, including shipping. Contact us if you want to learn more.
Abstract floral rug by ege carpets by Talk Carpet
ReForm Artworks Angle by ege by Talk Carpet
Storm by Concept Surfaces
Oat Milk by Sherwin-Williams
Caliza Series by Karen Pearse Global Direct
33345 by Kravet Contract
EuroTwill Reversible Broken Weave by Mecho
Oak, White Rift Cut – Chiffon by Koroseal Interior Products