A distinguished pattern for a traditional or eclectic table setting.
Indispensable and hand embroidered on contemporary crushed linen. Timeless and chic. No need to iron.
A floral wreath created by our family many years ago. A whirl of tender emotions and memories.
Everything we love in this beautiful linen: traditional workmanship, hand embroidered in ladder stitch, open-work and Jours Venise. The pattern on both sides of the tablecloth is sharp and clear. Easy to iron!
Rippling grasses float from the hem. Contemporary grey linen enhances white embroidery.
Delicate laurel leaves to enchant. Hand embroidered Rococo ribbons.
Hand embroidered linen collection. A classic, reinvigorated with a large check in Jours Venise.
Honeybees, dragonflies or butterflies with hints of precious gold. The fragile transparency of wings underlines the beautiful plumpness of their bodies.
Peaceful Japanese harmony to delight your guests. Needle embroidery enhances your place settings.
Delicate but extravagant. Use generously.
Hand embroidery punctuates your table with delicate and understated foliage...
A floating leaf gently lands.
Little hand embroidered fish tumble in the tide. Ripples of crushed linen. No need to iron!
Bubbles embroidered in different ways glimmer and glow. Twinkling, shining and glistening threads.
Inspired by mobiles, a contemporary design that adapts to all settings.
Hanging gardens, suspended architecture or interrupted dreams, we leave it to your imagination.
Fresh, pure and elegant. Machine embroidered for muted grace.
Undulating shapes and refined curves. Addiction guaranteed!
Discover our exquisite range of table linens: Carreaux de Gamme, hand embroidered on linen using ladder stitch, Jours Venise and traditional workmanship; Herbes Folles, sharp grey linen heightens elegant white embroidery; Ruban de Laurier, hand embroidered with traditional craftsmanship and a contemporary twist; Carreaux de Jours Venise; Couronne de Fleurs Des Champs, a wreath of flowers, part of the Maison Duchénoy family legacy; Grille Louis XV, a beautiful classic pattern for traditional or original dining.
These patterns may be found on a range of embroidered placemats and tablecloths. A must in the home with traditional embroidered napkins for the finishing touch. Since 1903 Maison Duchénoy’s reputation is based on exquisite craftsmanship and exclusive, upmarket house linens. Blending both classic and contemporary patterns with the excellence of traditional workmanship, skills and talents are shared to allow customers to choose from unique collections and to use and care for linens. The company caters to private clients, decorators and to the requirements of large homes.
The Maison Duchénoy workshops create embroideries from a rich array of themes and techniques, both classic and contemporary.