Atelier Du Prèsbytere

Textile creations for home, casual outfits and fashion accessories made from contemporary linens washed and aged by hand. These one of a kind pieces are still designed and made by the four hands behind Atelier Du Presbytère, since 1996.

Françoise and Thierry, partners in life and work, opened their first workshop in 1996 in Vallabregues, Presbytère Street, in an old stoned house, situated in the center of the little village of Provence. The studio is an extension of their passion as antique lovers. In 2006, the adventure continued for the couple who wants to keep the artisanal quality of their company; they moved from the south of France to Montréal, QC and decided to open a small studio/boutique in the antique area on Notre Dame Street West. In January 2011 Atelier Du Presbytère moved in a more spacious loft of Montréal, to the former Simmons mattress factory, on the banks of the Lachine Canal, St Ambroise street, where the creation and the production found again its place. In July 2016, just 20 years after its creation, Atelier Du Presbytère left the city to the countryside. Prince Edward County in Ontario selected, they moved next to the church, in the quiet village of Milford.

 

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website: atelierdupresbytere.com

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