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So many people associate Diptyque with candles that it’s surprising to learn it started out selling vintage finds and upholstery fabrics designed by its founders. Now, as part of its latest limited-edition ‘La Collection Trente- Quatre’ range, it has gone back to its roots by unveiling a selection of homeware designs. Illustrator Charlotte Gastaut has created modern interpretations of three archive fabrics, including ‘Prétorien’ (centre), which provided the inspiration for the medallion motif that decorates Diptyque candles. These have been printed onto the finest linen from Flanders and made into stylish cushion covers. £50 each (diptyqueparis.co.uk).