Discover Belgium's most exciting collection of high quality wall tapestries, exclusive throws and tapestry cushion covers.


Mille Fleurs Tapestries is offering a wide selection of high quality Belgian tapestries, magnificent Belgian tapestry cushion covers, comfortable throws and plaids, tablecloths, runners and doilies.

Most of our wall tapestries are made in Belgium, by skilled Flemish weavers, who really know how to design and create tapestry. Those Belgian tapestries, or Flemish tapestries, are worldwide known for their high quality.

Our collection of wall hangings has a wide variety of styles and sizes. It is our goal to help you in finding a perfect wall tapestry that enriches your interior or can be an ideal gift for somebody you really like. 

We have beautiful reproductions of worlds most renowned wall tapestries hanging now in various castles, churches or museums.

The Bayeux tapestry depicts the battle of Hastings in 1066, an important medieval event.  

The Hunt for the Unicorn series (Metropolitan museum in New York) and the The Lady with the Unicorn series, depicts the five senses, hearing, sight, taste, smell, touch (Cluny museum, Paris) were made in the Early Gothic period with the typical “Mille Fleurs” (French for thousand flower) background. Tapestries such as the Promenade, the Grapes Harvest and the Bath, can be admired in the same museum. 

It evolved to the famous Flemish verdures (French for greenery). The Wawelburcht tapestries are among the most impressive Flemish verdures ever made. The variety of the scenes during the Renaissance was immense: hunting scenes, religious themes, depicting mythology, global maps, coat of arms, grotesques, castles, … (complete collection of Flanders Tapestries available) Many of our floral designs are based on works of the famous Dutch painters, such as Breughel (Brueghel), Bosschaert or Jan van Huysum, who flourished during the 17th century.

As Rococo was essentially a decorative style, it was adaptable to many different creative disciplines, even including tapestries. The artists most prominent and reflective of the Rococo style in tapestries were Jean-Honore Fragonard and Francois Boucher whose works together conveyed a feeling of theatrical leisure.

From the end of the 19th century, we have amazing reproductions based on works of William Morris and Edward Burne Jones. 

You can find more contemporarily designs, based on works of various painters (Van Gogh, Cézanne, Monet). Mille Fleurs Tapestries is featuring works of art as well, created by artists today, like Pejman, for example.  

Please have a look to our catalog.

 You will be satisfied!



Mille Fleurs Tapestries · Wollestraat 33 · 8000 Brugge · Belgium

Tel. +32 (0)50 345454 · Fax. +32 (0)50 345531