BRUNSWIG & FILS WALLCOVERING
Although, an ocean away from its founding homeland, Brunschwig & Fils never strayed from the firm’s core belief – that French style in all manner of décor, design, and in life would be their guiding light. Today, that fundamental tenet is what drives Bruschwig &Fils. Brunschwig & Fils wallcovering collections reflect the modern French style taken from the 1940’s. The exact same looms are used to create today’s luxurious brocades, lampas, and velvets from the time of Louis XIV two centuries ago.
Brunschwig & Fils designs are filled with artistry, no surprise, since many of their past collection were inspired by the Musee des Arts Decoratifs in Paris, The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, and the Royal Pavilion in Brighton. It is the French way to become inspired by breathtaking beauty and art. But such reverence for the past does not hold back innovation and creativity in their designs. Brunschwig & Fils dedication to service, quality, and craftsmanship, and the leader in creating contemporary and historically inspired wallcoverings.
In 1900, Achille Brunschwig founded Brunschwig & Fils in France. Beginning as a small tapestry weaving mill, the company expanded to include printed and woven silks, as well as cotton as part of its collection. In time it cultivated into international acclaim for its quality and by 1925 it had opened numerous showrooms across the United States. Today, Brunschwig & Fils is now a part of the Kravet fabric family.