The House of Le Manach is the very quintessence of French style, a subtle mix of French tradition and exoticism. It takes its inspiration from the silks of the Far East and Central Asia, in the printed cottons of the 18th century, but also in the Art Deco period and ethnic motifs.
Unknown to the general public, Le Manach is adored by aesthetes. The tower canvases are reinvented in made-to-measure or via new colorations, the hand-woven leopard velvet is always a huge success and the archives are available in sumptuous wallpapers made according to the rules of art.
The heritage collection of the Pierre Frey House includes more than 6,500 Le Manach documents and archives, from the 16th century to today. This collection, composed of textiles, maps, drawings, testifies to the quality of the achievements of this illustrious House and offers an unlimited source of inspiration for the design studio and our decorator clients.