La Bohème, Fall Winter 2020 Collection

The collection called ‘’ La Bohême ’refers to a chic and artistic lifestyle that is creative, frugal, sophisticated and very sensory. Victorian and quirky inspirations with William Morris as conductor of this textile work for the main theme “Bohemia” and a precious theme ‘” Domaniale “for the holidays.

At Alexandre Turpault, historical references are always and again accompanied by an ethical and sustainable concern in phase with our times: French products, natural materials and from organic farming, or even upcyling in capsules.

Bohème, is inspired by the Dark Bohemian * current, a dark, artistic and uninhibited Romanticism *, combining Napoleon III * details, Victorian accents * and Art & Craft * sobriety, in a Chippendale * boudoir atmosphere, both feminine and raw, sophisticated and frugal. A 19th century, fusional and totally assumed.

Domaniale, evokes the riches of nature and the inspiration drawn from it by decorative artists. The treasures of Nature expressed by matter and color. Raw nature or precious nature. A range of natural and vegetal colors.

New colors are also available in our uni ranges, such as the Sable color for the Teo range but also for the Palace accessory and as a customization color for the Marceau (body and band) or even the granite color in the New range. Washed linen wave.


Alexandre Turpault created his company in Cholet, at the heart of a region with a long textile producing tradition, in 1847. He combined the weaving of linen and linen-cotton with a manufacturing workshop, and became renowned for his expertise, the quality of his weaving and the whiteness of his linen.

For many years, Alexandre Turpault was one of the major players in the luxury market. He won awards in 1878 and 1889 at the Exposition Universelle in Paris, receiving a silver medal and a gold medal for the quality of his textiles. At the beginning of the 1930s, he supplied table linen for the famous steamship the ‘Normandie’, with splendid damask tablecloths.

Initially specialising in handkerchiefs (such as the famous handkerchiefs from Cholet) and tea towels, Alexandre Turpault diversified its range of products with the introduction of bed linen and table linen.

In 1999, the company was taken over by the Vanderschooten Group, the third largest French manufacturer of household linen, located in Nieppe in northern France.

Today, Alexandre Turpault is a top-of-the-range household linen brand renowned throughout the world.

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Since 1847, Alexandre Turpault has been delivering its passion and unique expertise in weaving linen, gained from the tradition of producing beautiful linen products, to its customers.
In totally coordinated worlds, Alexandre Turpault offers collections of bed linen made from linen, linen and cotton mix and cotton, bathroom collections in combed cotton and table linen collections in linen and linen and cotton mix, as well as home accessories in mohair and baby alpaca…

Our commitment to the quality of our products means we take particular care with all our designs: to suit all interiors, our designer offers a wide choice of original, sought-after colours and designs, and sophisticated details using ribbon, embroidery or ladder or Venetian finishes.
The world of Alexandre Turpault is made complete through a blend of fabrics and colours, which you can use to create your own world.

Stylish, contemporary, intimate and elegant, the Alexandre Turpault brand spans the whole world. From New York to Tokyo, passing through Paris, it is distributed by many retailers and department stores.

The intense colours, comfortable fabrics and sophisticated details are the strengths behind its collections.

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