Liberty Fabrics Interiors
Ianthe Bloom Multi Ladbroke Linen in Lacquer
The Modern Archive Collection spotlights Liberty’s rich history of storytelling for every generation of modern interiors – the Lacquer colour story is inspired by buying expeditions of the late 19th century, with archival prints reimagined in jewel-like tones of cinnabar, coral and garnet.
Designed by French artist R. Beauclair in c.1902 and first printed for Liberty in 1967, Ianthe is an iconic example of Art Nouveau design, with its highly stylised flowers arranged into a sinuous layout. It is expertly printed in Italy onto our Ladbroke linen – a beautiful heavyweight base created from pure linen. Ladbroke linen has an excellent drape due to its superior weight, and is also well-suited for use in domestic upholstery. The fine weave allows a beautiful print interpretation.
Pricing: All fabrics are priced per metre length
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The Modern Archive Collection from Liberty Fabrics Interiors celebrates the brand’s long-standing legacy as the home of design. The collection’s six colour stories pay homage to the passions of the collector and the beautiful objects that have long been curated within Liberty’s wood-panelled walls. Pewter, Lapis, Lichen, Lacquer, Jade and Dragonfly tell the story of the emporium through the ages, uniting a diverse archive of hand-drawn designs. Each one has been reinterpreted and reimagined for the next generation of Liberty furnishing fabrics.
- Print Name: Ianthe Bloom
- Colour Story: Lacquer
- Fabric Type: Ladbroke Linen
- Composition: 100% Linen
- Width: 135cm
- Horizontal/Vertical Repeat: 22cm/43.5cm
- Pattern Match: 138cm
- Weight: 423g/sm²
- Usage: Light Domestic Upholstery, Drapery, Cushions
- Rub Count: 20,000
- Care: Dry clean only; Do not tumble dry; Do not wash, Iron on low, Do not bleach