THE CHRISTOPHER MOORE COLLECTIONS OF FABRICS AND WALLPAPERS consist of authentic copies of 18th and early 19th century French and English designs principally taken from the company's own impressive archive.

Christopher Moore made a name for himself in the late 1980s and early 1990s with his shop in London dedicated exclusively to antique Toiles de Jouy. Very quickly he became known as "The Toile Man” and his shop became the destination for Toile enthusiasts, decorators, magazine editors and stylists, as well as textile manufacturers.

In 1990 he produced the first two toile designs for his initial Christopher Moore collection. They were "L'Offrande a l'Amour" and "Cholet" and they continue to be amongst his best sellers.

In 1998 he was invited by an Indian manufacturer to visit India, which he did, and so began his love affair with India. It was at this time that Christopher Moore started printing Chintzes and Indiennes, again from his own extensive archive, and with the same attention to period detail and cloth as the Toiles. He now maintains his creative studio in New Delhi and prints both in India and England.

The Christopher Moore fabrics and wallpapers are used around the world by leading decorators and can be seen in many prestigious projects and locations.