Marie Claire Maison 50th Aniversary Pop Up


Marie Claire Maison celebrates its 50th anniversary with a pop-up card illustrated by Eric Giriat. This adoreable artwork uses Pierre Frey fabrics and wallpapers to create a playful and whimsicical scene. You can win one by following Marie Claire Maison and Pierre Frey on Instagram and posting the pop-up with the hashtag #PierreFreyPopUP!

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Pierre Frey’s Collaboration with Ugo Gattoni


Pierre Frey presents its new artistic collaboration with Ugo Gattoni.

Ugo Gattoni is a Parisian born and bred artist and art director, whose surreal and exquisitely detailed portraits, depictions of cityscapes, and strange, otherworldly objects and artefacts are renowned worldwide for their unparalleled level of skill. Working predominantly with graphite or ink, Ugo’s work is a whirlwind of minute details, dreamlike characters and typography. He first came to fame in 2011 when he created a 33 ft mural in Paris, and later his book for NoBrow titled Bicycle attracted him the attention of Hermès who he has been working with since.

"Rise" wallpaper from Pierre Frey  Drawing by Ugo Gattoni.

“Rise” wallpaper from Pierre Frey
Drawing by Ugo Gattoni.

“Rise”, Fantastic story of World of Titan’s Resurrection buried under their debris of their own city. Lost in the middle of the sky and mountains.

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Private evening in the Louvre with Jacques Garcia


La Maison Pierre Frey, a true ambassador of the French Art de Vivre, has always willingly offered its expertise and passion in the service of culture.  When the Louvre announced the renovation of the Eighteenth Century Decorative Arts Galleries, the Maison was naturally an enthusiastic sponsor. Pierre Frey supplied the fabrics*needed for the restoration of this exceptional showcase staged by Jacques Garcia, including the identical reproduction of a painted and embroidered silk original to the Grand Salon of the Château d’Abondant .

La Maison Pierre Frey had the chance to organize a private evening in those rooms !

Making of press kit Aloha


Wanting to present Pierre Frey fabrics integrated into everyday life, we approached the blogger Constance Gennari to inject her views on the spirit of the times. Passionate about decoration, through her blog “The Socialite Family” Constance gives us a glimpse of the daily lives of contemporary families. Beyond the decors of their homes, she opens a window into the soul of the family.

Here is the video of the making off !

Made in France – The film


Because French artisans are men and women of talent…
Because creating a fabric involves several steps and several crafts : the archives, the creative studio, the dyer, the hand screen printer, the weaver, the moireur, the upholsterer…
Because La Maison Pierre Frey is one of the rare fabric houses to still produce 70% of its fabrics in France thanks to its own mill, a facility that has been awarded the French Living Heritage designation.
We called upon young film director Antoine de Barry to show, with a fresh perspective, how “ Made in France” is now more than ever a real guarantee of quality and taste.


On the occasion of the release of its new movie, La Maison #PIERREFREY launches its #MADEINFRANCE campaign and is offering :

• A Facebook quiz “Are you #MADEINFRANCE” to define your decoration personality. Take the test on

• The discovery of trades and the unique know-how of French textile artisans through 6 mini movies posted on Instagram throughout the month of March.

• A Photo contest, starting on the 25th of March, during which participants will be invited to share their vision of #MADEINFRANCE decoration and win Pierre Frey products.

Video : Chateau Borély and Braquenié


The Château Borély and Pierre Frey, history of partnership. In Marseille, the chateau Borély is listed as an historic monument reopened to the public after four years of construction. As part of the complete renovation of this place, Christine Germain Donnat, curator, has conducted research in order to preserve the spirit of this house built in the years 1760-1770. Luckily, the room had been shot in the early 20th century. Palempores and Indian graced the walls and seats of this room. In the 1970s, the museum had already used Braquenié to replace missing upholstered walls by “Le Grand Genois.” Today, rehabilitation goes even further by the special reissue of an Indian for the armchairs, found in our archives and very close to the original pattern. Pierre Frey, both patron and partner, is pleased to have participated in this revival. Do not hesitate to visit this place. Borély Castle, Museum of Decorative Arts, pottery and fashion

Restauration du château Borély de Marseille from Pierre FREY on Vimeo.



La Maison Pierre Frey presents a short film directed by Martial Schmeltz. A Parisian couple escaped from their daily routine by providing a wild night in baroque and sensual decors dressed by Pierre Frey. On the other side of the curtain, appearances are deceptive … Escapade: A Parisian Love Affair on On the occasion of the renovation of the famous Hotel Costes whose rooms are now fully upholstered with fabrics by Pierre Frey, La Maison presents with Martial Schmeltz a short film that invites you to discover from the inside many of these high places from the Parisian night life dressed in his creations. It gives pride to the decors, real actors of the film, whose presence sometimes haunting, sometimes romantic or exotic raises paradoxical feelings in this genuine couple looking for passionate adventure.

Pierre Frey The Movie – Escapade from Pierre FREY on Vimeo.

Video : Pierre Frey styled by Laura Gonzalez


On the occasion of the third session of Paris DECO OFF, a must for editors and creators of the interior design world took place Paris from the 17th to the 22nd of January 2013, PIERRE FREY revolutionizes its outlook  and entrusts LAURA GONZALEZ, the young and talented interior designer, with the keys of its flagship Showroom.

Pierre Frey styled by Laura Gonzalez from Pierre FREY on Vimeo.



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