Thibaut is one of the world’s oldest luxury wallpaper suppliers. The brand was founded by Richard E. Thibaut during the year of 1886 in New York, America and since then the company has partnered with English textiles designer Anna French and as a result the Thibaut brand has gained recognition in the UK and European market. We are proud to stock the innovative tactile range of wallpapers by Thibaut here at Naken Interiors, one of which being the classic Damask Resource 4 Collection. This collection is the one collection by Thibaut where all of the prints are similar in design consisting of a pretty floral damask with a scrolling lattice design. All of the designs featured in the Damask Resource 4 Collection are printed in an overprinted textured ink effect on a distressed looking background. The dsigns for this collection vary in motif size and colour with over 50 different designs. If you are looking for a traditional styled wallcovering but with a unique colour scheme to create an innovative and striking aesthetic in your home or interior space you will find a wallcovering to match your taste here. A variety of dramatic designs range from classic interpretations to modern shapes in sizable proportions. Thibaut is specifically known for their signature colour palette, bold graphic designs, coordinating print fabrics and unique textured wallcoverings resulting in depth and dimension that cannot be achieved with paint.
This classic design is available in a range of different colour ways whether you are looking for a subtle colour scheme or a bright and bold patterns, despite the paisley type pattern being relatively coherent throughout Thibaut’s Damask Resource 4 Collection the textures of each design are very different. The Curtis Damask print consists of a rough texture that gives the appearance that the coating of the wallpaper is peeling and as a result it reveals flecks of gold. The French Quarter pattern featured in the Damask 4 Collection is also textured with a snakeskin effect that is very subtle due to the repetitive, large floral motifs. Thibaut enlivens the trend with color and pioneering print treatments such as printed corks, embossed vinyl, and flocked patterns.