Liberty London

 

Liberty is the leading destination store in London, a wonderful emporium where the latest fashions sit alongside design classics. Since 1875, Liberty has been synonymous with luxury and great design and their range of fabrics has something for your every demand. From classic Tana Lawn cotton and luxurious silk to tactile cord, supple fleece and jersey, Liberty London fabrics make brilliant canvases for bespoke creations of all kinds.

Below are some of our favourite Liberty London styles but if there is a specific Liberty London fabric or product you are searching for, please contact us and we can source it for you.

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OUR FAVOURITE LIBERTY LONDON FABRICS

 

Liberty London Fabrics Lady Kristina Natural Linen in Parasol

LADY KRISTINA LINEN - PARASOL
Lady Kristina Liberty Print has been adapted from an archive document within a series of exquisite hand painted artworks created for Liberty in the 1920s and '30s. These sumptuous tree of life designs were used for various textiles including cushions, throws and kimonos. This print embodies the cinema room in the Cabinet House and was suitably selected for the collection by celebrated actor, Sir Roger Moore.
Width: 140cm
Horizontal Repeat: 34cm
Vertical Repeat: 41cm

Liberty London Fabrics Emerald and Rose Cotton Linen in Janson Orange

EMERALD & ROSE LINEN - ORANGE
Emerald and Rose Liberty Print was inspired by an original Morris print 'Rose and Thistle'. The design was first created in 1881 with wood block and printed by Liberty at Stead McAlpin in 1969. A mix of the Orient and Arts & Crafts, the updated design offers a paisley sub pattern beautifully distorting the original roses and thistles.


Width: 137.5cm
Horizontal Repeat: 136.5cm
Vertical Repeat: 75cm 

Liberty London Fabric Zenor Forest linen in Deep Blue

ZENOR FOREST LINEN - DEEP BLUE
The flowers for both Zennor Forest and Jeffery Rose Tree furnishing fabrics were sketched by hand and then drawn in pencil onto tracing paper, gradually building up the tree. Zennor Forest print has been re-worked into a half drop, half the size of the original, whereas Jeffery Rose Tree is a full width repeat. Both designs were hand-drawn and hand-painted over many months.

Width: 140cm
Horizontal Repeat: 70cm
Vertical Repeat: 54cm

Liberty London Petronella Chintz Cotton Linen in Antique

PETRONELLA CHINTZ - ANTIQUE
Petronella Chintz Liberty London Print pre-dates the Liberty London store and was inspired by an Oriental floral drawing from a 1820s Liberty London archive book. Persian style pinks and carnations were drawn in symmetry to create a medallion layout. This design was selected for the collection by world authority on Dutch doll and cabinet houses from the 17th and 18th centuries, Jet Pijzel-Dommisse.
Width: 137.5cm
Horizontal Repeat: 34cm
Vertical Repeat: 41.5cm

Liberty London Emerald and Rose Natural Linen in Cole Grey

EMERALD & ROSE LINEN - COLE GREY
Emerald and Rose Liberty London Print was inspired by an original Morris print 'Rose and Thistle'. The design was first created in 1881 with wood block and printed by Liberty London at Stead McAlpin in 1969. A mix of the Orient and Arts & Crafts, the updated design offers a paisley sub pattern beautifully distorting the original roses and thistles.

Width: 140cm
Horizontal Repeat: 138.5cm
Vertical Repeat: 75cm

Liberty London Penelope Cotton In Lemongrass

PENELOPE COTTON - LEMONGRASS
Penelope was created from a paisley shawl design found in a drawer in the Liberty London Archive of hand painted artwork from the mid 19th century. The fine detail and exotic style offers an oriental looking fabric in a stunning large repeat and represents the abundance of paisley designs used in Liberty London print for over a century.


Width: 140cm
Horizontal Repeat: 28cm
Vertical Repeat: 56cm

Liberty London Shand Voyage Velvet in Autumn

SHAND VOYAGE VELVET - AUTUMN
This print was inspired by a hand-painted shawl from the Liberty London Archive – created in the mid-19th Century when paisley production increased in the UK and France. Shand Voyage furnishing fabric was designed to represent Mary’s journey across the ocean, from India to Yorkshire; adorned with wild ferns and leaves, concealing a beautiful paisley, it symbolises the secret door behind which Mary discovers the Secret Garden.
Width: 137cm
Horizontal Repeat: 33.5cm
Vertical Repeat: 154cm

Liberty London Rose May Linen Union in Jade

ROSE MAY LINEN UNION - JADE
Inspired by the planting of sunflowers annually on 1st May by guerrilla gardeners, the hand drawn sunflowers were scraped out from wax crayon to create a large, textural tonal floral. The printing process allows this detail to be realised, almost as if the fabric itself has been painted.



Width: 140cm
Horizontal Repeat: 46cm
Vertical Repeat: 55cm

Liberty London Rainer Walled Garden Cotton Linen in Shrubbery

RAINER WALLED GARDEN-SHRUBBERY
Rainer Walled Garden furnishing fabric was inspired by the quote '…when it’s beautiful old walls shut her in, no one knew where she was'. The design was drawn onto a heavy weave to create texture, an original design simulating a weave, created as a backdrop to all the foliage growing on and behind it. The design was then printed on heavy cotton linen to capture the feeling of a wall.

Width: 125cm
Horizontal Repeat: 8cm
Vertical Repeat: 6cm