This print is over a thousand years old. It arose in the Middle East and was called “buta”, “botekh”. There is still no unequivocal opinion about the original element: eggplant, cucumber, mango, feather, lotus. The drawing was used in the manufacture of very expensive Kashmir shawls.

At the beginning of the conquest of Europe (18-19 century) - this is an elite oriental gift, a fashionable fetish, a status element for the nobility. The industrial revolution and the Jacquard machine made it more accessible, diverse and gave a new name - paisley. For more than half a century, print has been associated with wealth, nobility and uniqueness. The end of the 19th century and the introduction of new printing technologies finally decided the fate of the "paisley" - mass does not lead to good. The print has lost its high reputation and has become publicly available. Only at the end of the 20th century, the paisley print returned to the high fashion catwalks.

The print is widely used in large format sublimation print , for the manufacture of copyright curtains and bedspreads. The selection of colors for the pantone allows you to effectively fit it into the interior, taking into account the combination of colors of walls, floors and furniture. In direct printing on white cotton fabrics , the paisley print is used in designer bedding, in clothes. Oriental flavor blends well with modern solutions, adding eclecticism.