The design house Casal represents the beauty of the countryside's landscapes during the 16th century, and the Indian culture through its Patrimoine collection of textiles. Miniature fruits, exotic flowers or finely drawn activity scenes gently decorate the surface of the fabric in a bucolic spirit. The range of fabrics consists of brightly colored toile de Jouy to tell the story of the ancient villagers and aristocrats. It also offers natural fiber patterns inspired by floral, oriental and dazzling patterns. The entire selection then boasts the charm of artistic heritages from the West and the East.