Tessilarte di Paola Martinetti

Tessilarte is a well-known workshop that has been producing fine fabrics, colorful tablecloths and tablemats, with modern and innovative patterns, as well as bed and bathlinen since 1947. It is an all-female business run by Vittoria Camerino Martinetti first and then by Paola Martinetti Graziano. The techniques used are up to date but also deeply in the tradition. The newest addition to Tessilarte’s collection is the Flowers Line, a combination of satin-base jacquard and plain fabrics with delicate floral patterns.

Tessilarte di Paola Martinetti

Monday to Friday 9 am to 1 pm and 3.30 pm to 6 pm, on Saturdays by appointment
Via Pietro Toselli, 100, Firenze, FI, Italia - +39 055 364097 - http://www.tessilarte.com

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