Lesage Interieurs invents, designs and produces handmade embroideries for furnishings and decoration.


These embroideries, be they historical, classic or contemporary, celebrate Lesage Interieurs dedication to creativity and high-quality work, and remains faithful to the hundreds of techniques and stitches that constitute the richness of the embroidery profession.


The Parisian office ensures the link with clients from all over the world: contemporary designers, decorators, interior architects, museums, art galleries, private collectors, upholsterers to develop the most prestigious projects.


The embroideries are carried out in the SA 8000-certified factory located in Chennai, India.


In March 2021, Lesage Interieurs moved to its new headquarters at le19M, on the edge of Paris.

Napoleon’s throne
- Reproduction
 
Embroidered door – Victor Hugo’s House in Guernsey
Detail of the embroidered door – Victor Hugo’s House in Guernsey
Jeanne Lanvin’s bedroom - Arts decoratifs
The King’s bedroom - Vaux le Vicomte Castle
‘Chinoiserie’ - Design by Lesage Interieurs
Detail of the ‘Wall of love’ – Sotheby’s real estate
‘Oops’ chairs - Design by Pierre Yovanovitch
Macrame - Design by Lesage Interieurs
 
’Pasiphae’ sofa- Design by Hubert Le Gall
‘Camélia’ – Backlit claustra for CHANEL Cambon
Embroidered moldings and wall decors – Sotheby’s real estate
 
Louis XV embroidered moldings – Design by Lesage Interieurs
 
‘Maxou’ armchair - Design by Hubert Le Gall
 
‘Bubbles’ panels and ‘Lichen’ fabric - Design by Lesage Interieurs
 
Bench embroidered after a drawing of Michelangelo Maestro – 18th century
‘Eye of PY' - Design by Pierre Yovanovitch
 
Sample – Design by Lesage Interieurs
Detail of the ‘Lichen’ mirror - Design by Lesage Interieurs
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Napoleon’s throne
- Reproduction
 

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Embroidered door – Victor Hugo’s House in Guernsey

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Detail of the embroidered door – Victor Hugo’s House in Guernsey

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Jeanne Lanvin’s bedroom - Arts decoratifs

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The King’s bedroom - Vaux le Vicomte Castle

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‘Chinoiserie’ - Design by Lesage Interieurs

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Detail of the ‘Wall of love’ – Sotheby’s real estate

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‘Oops’ chairs - Design by Pierre Yovanovitch

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Macrame - Design by Lesage Interieurs
 

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’Pasiphae’ sofa - Design by Hubert Le Gall

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‘Camélia’ – Backlit claustra for CHANEL Cambon

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Embroidered moldings and wall decors – Sotheby’s real estate
 

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Louis XV embroidered moldings – Design by Lesage Interieurs
 

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‘Maxou’ armchair - Design by Hubert Le Gall
 

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‘Bubbles’ panels and ‘Lichen’ fabric - Design by Lesage Interieurs
 

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Bench embroidered after a drawing of Michelangelo Maestro – 18th century

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‘Eye of PY' - Design by Pierre Yovanovitch
 

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Sample – Design by Lesage Interieurs

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Detail of the ‘Lichen’ mirror - Design by Lesage Interieurs