American wall paper brand Thibaut Wallpaper pronounced ‘tee-bo’ is renowned for their traditional and transitional wallpaper with the brand dating back to 1886 when it was Founded by Richard. E Thibaut in New York. With an impressive list of clients ranging from the white house and the film set of award winning film ‘Forest Gump’ as well as many others Thibaut can be seen in some of the grandest interiors.
The Summerhouse collection consists of bold and colourful printed wall coverings featuring a range of minimalistic patterns to large motif designs.Each collection consists of very different designs but are all inspired by one concept. The summer house collection is influenced by summer days, day trips, sceneries and colours such as beach huts, exotic plants, sand and the sea etc.
Whether your tastes consist of a neutral and soft palette or a bold and vibrant colours Thibaut have a collection that explores an array of different styles. Inspired by tradition floral prints, animal prints, realistic paintings, abstract patterns, metallic paints, block prints and marble prints. All together Thibaut have an impressive archive of over 10 collections and over 700 individual designs.
Thibaut are specifically known for their signature colour palette and bold graphic designs. Thibaut were ahead of their time when they pioneered floral designs and murals and initiated the wallpaper movement, introducing bold statement wall coverings in every day homes. The brand is always looking to expand and grow and in the recent years have designed and manufactured textured collections that have proven to be extremely popular not only for their visual and tactile qualities but also for their durability in high traffic areas such as bathrooms and corridors. You can find many textile designs in the collections below. Collections such as the Natural Resource 2 collection, the Texture Resource 5 collection and Faux Resource collection all explore numerous textured designs replicating and mimicking natural (wood, snakeskin, tortoise etc. and manmade, subtle textures (weave, grass cloth, cork etc.) many of the other collections include textured designs.