{wallcovering wednesday: discovering thibaut’s trade routes}


If you love traveling to exotic places (or just dreaming about it), Thibaut Design has a book for you. Thibaut’s new Trade Routes collection of coordinating wallpaper, print and embroidered fabrics was inspired by handcrafted and primitive techniques from faraway places.

For example, Goa (below), a stunning pattern named after the beautiful beach town in India that has colorful buildings and palm trees, and at one time had wild cows roaming freely along its beaches.

Gao | Trade Routes

Trade Routes | Goa

Thibaut’s Barrier wallpaper resembles coral reefs of the sea. This pattern comes in soft coastal colors like Pink, Blue, Green Aqua, Beige and Pearl.

Barrier wallcovering pattern

Available colorways in the Barrier pattern

Trade Routes | Barrier

Trade Routes | Barrier

Bonaire is named after an island off the coast of Venezuela. This simple dotted-trellis pattern brings beautiful dimension to the walls.

TradeRoutes-Bonaire

Trade Routes | Bonaire

The bold and beautiful Medallion Paisley is a modern take on a paisley using a traditional layout — complemented below by Darien chairs in the aqua color of Kyra Key from Thibaut’s Resort collection.

Trade Routes | Medallion Paisley

Trade Routes | Medallion Paisley

Inspired by these visions of faraway lands? You can check out samples of Trade Routes and other Thibaut collections at our Hirshfield’s locations.

Since Frank and Elizabeth Hirshfield opened their first store in 1894, it has been our mission to do the best job possible meeting customer needs and solving customer problems. Hirshfield’s. People and products you can trust.

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