Wallpaper and textile brand Tatie Lou is inspired by the brilliance of Mother Nature, the magic of India, and the beauty of ancient Japanese crafts.
Tatie Lou is the creative brainchild of print textile designer Louise Wargnier. An expert in the Japanese art of Shibori, as well other hand-dyeing techniques, one day she was tempted to apply her artisanal skills and love of intricate patterns to wallpaper. The rest, as they say, is history.
Louise designs a new Tatie Lou collection each year. Created through a mixture of Shibori dyeing, hand, and digital drawing and painting.
Each signature print is digitised and transformed into a suite of different colourways before being applied to wallpapers, fabrics, cushions, and lampshades, as well as blankets and table linens.
Their latest collection, Garden of India, is most definitely for maximalists! The hand-drawn design features a flourishing trellis with a folkloric feel. Illustrative of the country’s abundant natural beauty and visceral energy, it imagines lush and leafy botanicals in deeply saturated jewel tones. It is available in the following colourways: Grass, Ruby, Coral, Peacock.
As well as the signature print, there are four other designs within this collection – Phoenix, Plume, Mumbai Deco, and Hampi, all inspired by the vivid beauty and magic of India.
Tatie Lou produce all their products in small batches or made-to-order. This produces less waste for the planet and their very high quality means they will last a lifetime.
Their wallpaper and fabrics are printed using sustainable dyes and all products are made in the UK, with the exception of the eco-friendly table linen and woven blankets. The latter are made with 70% recycled cotton, making them luxuriously soft and cosy.