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Since 1908 Maison Thevenon has cultivated the art of textile creation, a true family success story which hands down from generation to generation. Chic prints, sophisticated jacquards, revisited Toiles de Jouy..

Thevenon Curtain Fabric In 1960s Retro Design In Green


Founded in 1928, Félix and his son André Houlès established Houlès in the Faubourg Saint-Antoine in Paris, the traditional district for upholsterers, interior designers and architects.  Houlès is creator and designer of trimmings, decorative fabrics and hardware collections, all exclusive, high-end and sold to professionals all over the world.   Houlès creations are often selected for the decoration of palaces like le Château de Versailles, and Presidential residences in France and abroad.

A Contemporary Curtain Fabric Design By Houles Shown In Samples Of Green, Yellow And Grey
Elegant Curtain With Fabrics By Houles In Olive Green With Blue Green Trimmings

Création Baumann

A passion for fabrics: Création Baumann
For over 130 years, the family-run business in Switzerland has been manufacturing high quality textiles for interior styling. Whether decorative and upholstery fabrics, functional solutions or systems for interior shading. Through years of growth and change, one thing has always remained: their passion for fabrics

Plissee Window Coverings By The Swiss Firm Creations Baumann
Contemporary Living Room With Contemporary Curtain Fabrics In Neutral Tones By Creation Baumann Of Switzerland

Ashley Wilde – beautiful soft furnishings from England since 1950

Austere Room With Dark Green Walls White Contemporary Settee And 2 Decorative Cushions With Fabrics In Blue And Green By Ashley Wilde Of England
Contemporary Living Room In Yellow With Curtain Fabrics By Ashley Wilde Of England

Additional brands:

James Hare (England)

Clarke & Clarke (England)

ROMO (England)

ILIV (England)

EVO (Portugal)

Froca (Spain)

Drapilux (Germany)

Anna French (USA)

Gerster (Germany)

Bematech (Czech Republic)

KA International (Spain)



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