Liberty Art Fabrics
Arthur Liberty opened 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.

This new collection of wallpapers and textiles 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.

Comprising four exquisite ranges: The Nesfield Collection, The Jubilee Collection, The Heritage Collection, and The Secret Garden Collection, designs showcase contemporary designs alongside traditional and revival archive prints translated on a range of premium quality furnishing cloths.

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Liberty Art Fabrics from Bode for curtains or upholstery
Absolutely timeless 'Ianthe' was originally created by French designer R Beauclair in the early 1900's
Stunning Liberty Prints now for furnishing
The collection includes wallpaper; the one on the wall, brightening the room, is called 'Riley'
Many Liberty Art Fabrics are suitable for contract use
Only because it is 'Liberty' does this 'matchy-matchy' look so good
Liberty Art Fabrics from Bode
'Royal Daisy' is on the walls and sofa – tone-on-tone in the world of patterns
Liberty Art Cloth for upholstery and soft furnishings
Rather interestingly named 'November Michael' in Indigo on the chair cushion
Bode in Singapore for Liberty Art Fabrics
Perfect for dining chairs as a tough 40,000 martindale rubs & a design that won't show the spills
Liberty Wallpapers are simply sublime
Paper backed wallpaper & wipeable too
The rich heritage of Liberty Print tradition continues
 
Liberty Cushions from Bode
Cushions in a pile
A pile of Liberty Print Cushions from Bode
Cushions in a stack
Liberty Art Fabrics in Paisley Velvet
Bold and bright paisley
Liberty Art Fabrics from Bode in Singapore
Originally inspired by a paisley shawl from the 1850's the design was redrawn by Liberty Art Fabrics.
Liberty Art Wallpaper from Bode in South East Asia
Hebe, on the wall, is a single line Art Nouveau feather taken from the famous Liberty design, Hera
Ianthe by Liberty Art Fabrics
'Ianthe' is a typical example of French Art Nouveau design that remains contemporary today
A pile of Liberty Print textiles from Bode Fabrics
 
The curtain is in 'Rose May', the armchair is in 'Fresco' & the cushion 'Ray'
The curtain is in 'Rose May', the armchair is in 'Fresco' & the cushion 'Ray'
Liberty Art Fabrics from Bode in Singapore
Prints on prints on prints
Liberty Art Fabrics
Without the'China Blue' on the walls this room would not be half as interesting
Liberty Art Fabrics