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4 Ways To Work With Toile At Home

Give this classic print a modern twist with these ideas

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Toile or toile de jouy is a type of linen created in the 1700s and widely used in Europe for decorating purposes. Patterns that used to depict pastoral scenes such as picnics and people frolicking in the sun have since evolved into more modern designs to match the changing times.

Toile is not an unusual thing to see around the home as it's an easy way to add a touch of luxury and a bit of French flair to any space. However, since it is an elaborate print, overdecorating with it is also inevitable. To help you avoid styling mishaps before they happen, check out four ways you can experiment with this first-class fabric: 

Main photos from: Panda's House and Trendir

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