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Red Toile from 1700s depicts the French Revolution. ... IMG_1432 by Trouvais blog, via Flickr

like the shelf above the bed acting as a canopy and the curtains hanging down from the ends

Toile was identified by its printed cotton, which was made in the eighteenth century the French village of Jouy -en- Josas, near Versailles. It was first available in floral and striped designs, followed by pictorial groups, which reflected the local news- stories told on fabrics. Different shades of red, blue, green and eggplant scenery were printed on a white or cream background.

Nice mix of black and white fabrics with a pop of orange. They did a great job with keeping the pattern on the bed canopy and using a simple color on the drapes. I like that both valances are the same style. Everything is perfect in this black touile draped bedroom. Fun big checks on the chair.

red and white ironing board cover | ... Ashley English Country Toile Ironing Board Cover - Reversible, Padded

rare French 18th century toile that tells the story of the French Revolution...the blue trim is surprising, but sets off the fabric...

"check" out this bath, the walls, balloon curtain, and the vanity skirt...so darn cute

Toile de Jouy addict!!! | Aprender manualidades es facilisimo.com

beautiful red transferware - I dream of stumbling upon a set of red and white china... sigh.

toile on this iron bed ~ A cozy nook. TOILE-- In French, the word toile refers to a simple woven fabric or canvas. But when people say "toile" in regards to home decorating, they are usually talking about "toile de Jouy," a textile design style that originated in 18th century France. It's from the French, and the best way to anglicise the pronunciation is "twahl"..