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The history of chintz is broad and interesting. The first chintz was boldly painted or vibrantly stained muslin and featured rich and exotic patterns of birds, flowers, and wildlife. Made from extremely thin cotton, the early chintzes were widely used for bed coverings, quilts, and draperies.
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Chintz was originally glazed calico textiles, specifically those imported from India, printed with designs featuring flowers and other patterns in different colours, typically on a light plain background. Chintz designs are mostly European patterns loosely derived from the style of Indian designs themselves reflecting Mughal art. Unglazed calico was traditionally called " cretonne ".
Explore our favorite chintz patterns, both old and new. Known for her love of big flowers and vibrant colors, Dorothy specially created this bold chintz pattern and used it enthusiastically throughout the halls of the hotel—15, rolls just in wallpaper! Schumacher recently reintroduced the pattern with the help of Mrs.