When Arthur Liberty first opened in 1875, his stock consisted solely of coloured, plain silks from the East. Initially importing soft wools from Kashmir, transparent gauzes and fine light cottons from India, together with plain woven and damask silks from China and Japan. These were available in a huge range of shades and became known as ‘Liberty Art Colours’.
In this collection, Liberty heroes a love of colour with a contemporary fabric collection of plains for Interiors. Pairing surprisingly vibrant archive hues with colours inspired by plants, minerals, and birds from around the world. This reimagined Art Colours collection presents a palette of 110 fabrics, from rich plush textures to dry linen mix fabrics – a true celebration of exquisite colour and luxurious texture.
A dual-purpose recycled corduroy in eight colours. Plush in feel and rich in colour. A beautiful upholstery fabric and with elegant drape, also perfect for heavier curtains where blackout or draft excluding qualities may be required.