ColorTherapis has established itself as a brand that celebrates both craftsmanship and sustainable design. In spring, Lavinia Augeai, the founder of the label, joined forces with the Girlzpop duo created in 2015 by Alice Gras and Anaïs Seguin: together they launched the Giverny carpet series, inspired by the world of Claude Monet.
A colorful collection of capsules
Claude Monet’s house it is known as a place that is both calm and warm where the color is fine. Typical of Norman architecture, this residence composed of a Norman fence and a water garden is one of the painter’s most beautiful works. Enough to give the female trio the idea of designing four graphic and colorful carpets.
“Claude Orange” and “Claude Blue” are two timeless rugs with rounded edges reminiscent of Claudine’s collars, “Le Jardin” highlights irises blooming in Giverny in July, “L’Atelier” mixes the orange, green and cream colors present in the artist’s studio and “Le Déjeuner” exhibits orange and green checkerboard, reminiscent of the dining room of a Norman residence.
The tapestries are handmade in workshops in Jaipur, India. craftsmen from scrap yarn and a weaving technique called tufting – used to texture textile pieces and ensure a certain durability. The founder of ColorTherapis favors, in each of her designs, the use of wool from New Zealand and vegetable dyes to dye her wool threads.
> The “Giverny” collection by ColorTherapis and Girlzpop is available on request, starting at €129. Colortherapy.com