An emblematic Parisian garden, Bagatelle was called “folie” because of the bet launched by Marie-Antoinette: to design a castle and its garden in less than a hundred days. This magical place, a paradise of exotic essences and English roses, leaves its mark on a luxurious wall collection. The textile is made up of hundreds of threads, combining the mattness of linen with the shine of viscose. On this rich mixture, deep hues bloom and restore the changing reflections of Bagatelle on the walls.