MAKER: Richard E. Thibaut opened his retail firm in New York City in 1886. Soon they turned to making wallpapers and for a while touted themselves as the world’s largest wallpaper company. They made popular mural style wallpapers and were solid trendsetters in American design. In the 1960s they also turned to printed fabric. I love the story of this American success story in decorator wallpapers and interiors. Read more of their history here: https://www.thibautdesign.com/about-us/our-history
1960s Thibaut Bird and Butterfly Fabric
Charming and playful, this riotous 1960s/1970s screen print by Thibaut depicts meadowlands with skittering butterflies, perching birds, a variety of flowers, grasses, leaves, and especially fern leaves.
Selvage reads “Thibaut Designs of To-Day, a screenprint.”
COLORS: Illuminating yellow, chartreuse, burnt orange, goldfinch yellow, sage, Army green, white, mango.
FIBER: Cotton or cotton/linen blend. Medium weight, light drape.
SIZE: 34″ wide by up to 5.25 yards long. If you want less ping us for a special order at $49/per yard.
CONDITION: Excellent. Cleaned and ironed.
1 in stock