The quirky British style

The quirky British style

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And if we dared! After the major capitals that appear everywhere in the house, Téo Jasmin continues his digital prints on all the textiles in the house, with England and its great symbols. In a delightfully offbeat and eccentric style - but who would be angry with them - monuments, English icons and even the royal family are revisited and printed on the cushions, lampshades and armchairs. Result: a collection whose decorative paste is now very recognizable, a little pop air in which black and white combines with color. Would you like a cup of tea?


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