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Liberty Fabrics

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Liberty is our oldest collection with Arthur Liberty opening in London’s Regent Street in 1875. He traded exotic goods and textiles from the ‘Far East’ and worked with artisans and manufacturers to make his own textiles and objects d’art. By the 1890’s Liberty Art Fabrics were at the forefront of avant-garde design.
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The Futur Liberty collection fascinates us, an exploration of Liberty’s extensive archive and inspired by the Futurism and Vorticism movements. The result is a collection of intense and optimistic designs. On the chaise is shadow stripe weave in jade, this is a design that looks good in many a space and the scale and texture is perfect.

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Floating Palace is a wallpaper from the Botanical Atlas collection: romantic, rich and sophisticated it is printed on a foilised paper but also is available in a velvet, and in two other paper colourways.  View this wallpaper collection here on Liberty Fabric’s page

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What more do you want than a pavilion made of fabric with a huge bunch of flowers starring ‘Love Lies Bleeding’ in the middle.  From the new Botanical Atlas fabric collection these lovely images speak for themselves. Visit Botanical Atlas fabric collection here.

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Silk Tree is Liberty Fabrics’ joyful and contemporary re-interpretation of a Chinoiserie design. A canopy of trees and bamboo branches shoot upwards, elongating your room, and are decorated with birds, butterflies, Persian silk tree flowers, Chinese physalis, amaryllis, and peonies. Printed either on 100% linen or a wallpaper in several charming colour-ways.

Vertigo Weave is dynamic with good texture and a ton of energy. Pictured here is Vesuvio which is one of the ‘great reds’, and there are 2 other colours, Piccadilly, and Sahara.

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Evanescent is fabulously bold, colourful and playful, yet it is sophisticated taking its lead from Futurist paintings. A printed linen it comes in two scales.

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A graceful geometric that references Japanese Obi belt design.
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Obi Check is a subtle textured weave.
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And it comes in glorious colour-ways
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Liberty Interior fabrics do a charming peachy rust and it tones so well with navys.

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Indoor-Outdoor 'Persian Voyage in palm green.
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From the verdant Jade Collection for indoors & outdoors
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'Palazzo', a curvaceous geometric jacquard.
On the top "Ottoman Spot".
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Persian Voyage and Palampore Trail in Jade.
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On the very pretty armchair is “Botanical Flora”. Printed on a cotton velvet with 7% modal to add a flowing hand.  This design celebrates the historic tradition of botanical illustration.

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"Botanical Stripe" wallpaper draws from the craft of flower pressing and is printed using a fine mesh gravure technique. Matte and metallic pigments are layered upon the paper creating a luminescence reminiscent of Victorian cyanotypes
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A gentle colour palette from the “Tree of Life” collection.

Mood board sets the style

Liberty sets the tone with these mood boards

Liberty is our oldest collection with Arthur Liberty opening in London’s Regent Street in 1875. He traded exotic goods and textiles from the ‘Far East’ and worked with artisans and manufacturers to make his own textiles and objects d’art. By the 1890’s Liberty Art Fabrics were at the forefront of avant-garde design.
Futur Liberty geometric

The Futur Liberty collection fascinates us, an exploration of Liberty’s extensive archive and inspired by the Futurism and Vorticism movements. The result is a collection of intense and optimistic designs. On the chaise is shadow stripe weave in jade, this is a design that looks good in many a space and the scale and texture is perfect.

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Liberty Interiors’ “Floribunda” collection celebrates botanical and floral design on fabrics and wallpapers.  Colours and plants entwine on their swatch boards.

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Persian Voyage and Palampore Trail in Jade.

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'Persian Voyage in palm green.
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'Palazzo', a curvaceous geometric jacquard.
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From the verdant Jade Collection for indoors & outdoors
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Small-scale floral design is iconic Liberty,  “Poppy Meadowfield” in a crisp compelling yellow is a single colour version. Coordinate the fabric and wallpaper for the full effect.

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A gentle colour palette from the “Tree of Life” collection.

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"Ottoman Spot" in Pewter.
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"Palampore Trail" in Lichen on linen
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"Paisley Fern" wallpaper in Pewter.
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"Whiltshire Blossom" is re-crafted from their 1930's "Forest & Berry" and is printed with both flat colour plus a raised reticulated pigment.

Ianthe Bloom – stencilled.

Ianthe Flower was created by a French Art Nouveau designer, R.Beauclair,
in approximately 1900. This design was redrawn by David Haward’s Studio, who use it to create everything
from curtains to throw cushions, or as an upholstery fabric.

This collection, for interiors, combines detailed patterns and vivid colour in signature Liberty Style. The result is beautiful and the quality extraordinary; we would expect nothing less of Liberty.

Shand Voyage on the sofa and Lady Kristina on the cushion
Lady Kristina in Rose Lacquer
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The tiny florals of Marquess Garden come in linens, velvets and chintz.

Mood board sets the style

Liberty sets the tone with these mood boards

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