The know-how of a great french House
Awarded at the 1855 and 1867 Universal Exposition, Isidore Leroy took a considerable step forward. In 1877, the manufactory invents a 26 color printing machine, a gem of technicality never equaled. These wallpapers's success goes on during the first half of the twentieth century. The compagny is the leader on its market in France and Europe.
Nowadays, Isidore Leroy masters both roll printing and digital printing. The first technique makes it possible to produce wallpaper with a unique texture, both tactile and luminous. Some archival drawings have been modernized by a team of designers and digitally printed for exceptional color rendition.