{friday finds: eijffinger}

Welcome Eijffinger!

Finally. We have been waiting sooo long for you to come to Minnesota. Hirshfield’s is very excited to offer your Gracia and Belle de Jour books to our customers.

Eijffinger is a Dutch wallcovering and fabric company that caught my eye a few years back. Their wallcoverings and room settings have that European feel which always pulls me in. In addition to beautiful neutral designs, other patterns are big, bold, and bright.

Belle de Jour



Belle de Jour

Belle de Jour

Belle de Jour


The substrate on the wallcoverings from the Belle de Jour book is a 100% non woven which makes the papers easy up and easy down. Cindy, at our Maple Grove store, has hung and stripped non woven paper. She cannot say enough good things about it. “It is breathable, doesn’t shrink, very strippable, comes down in one big sheet. It is the greatest.” She also stresses, “preparation is still the key to a successful wallcovering job.”

Thinking about wallcovering, but are apprehensive? Ask to be directed to the non woven books at our retail stores. See what they look and feel like. Let Hirshfield’s staff help you find your personal style.

Thank you for your patronage.

Shop local…For every $1.00 you spend in a local business, 68¢ stays in your community. Spend that $1.00 in a national chain and 43¢ stays in your community. Support your local businesses.

4 Responses to “{friday finds: eijffinger}”

  1. Amy Says:

    Ooh. Which shops carry this line? I want to take a peek.

  2. Amy Says:

    Sorry for my serial comment, but I just got back from the Roseville store and got to check out the Gracia book. Very fun. I wish I had a room that could carry off one of the silver glittered prints.

  3. Marsha Says:

    Glad you got a chance to see the books over at Roseville.
    I know for certain Roseville, Edina, Maple Grove and the Design Studio carry the books. I’ll have to check and see what other stores have them.

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