Anna French's new Aria collection for Thibaut.
Embroidered and printed fabrics from Anna French’s new Aria collection for Thibaut.

Looking for an easy way to freshen your rooms for spring? Then consider making some cushions or easy-to-sew curtains from fabrics from Anna French’s new Aria Collection by Thibaut. The fabrics’ poetic patterns and beautiful colors have been woven into luxurious cut velvets, gauzy madras, and embroideries, and printed on luscious linens. The lovely fabrics also balance masculine and feminine tones that work well in both modern and traditional settings.

Known for her courageous use of color and flair for the dramatic, Anna French has been designing and producing fabrics since 1976, when she and her husband, John French, moved from London to Scotland, where they formed the company on the top floor of a Victorian lace mill. In 2007, she teamed up with Thibaut, the oldest continuously operating wallpaper company in the U.S., for which she has since produced a wide range of vibrant lines for the company.

To find out more about her newest collection visit Thibaut’s Web site.

A gauzy neutral fabric
A gauzy neutral fabric with embroidered details from Anna French’s new Aria collection.
fabric with pops of color and pattern
Anna French’s new fabrics are a great way to add pops of pattern and color.
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