Parisian fabric house Lelièvre celebrates its centenary in style

Subtle geometrics, classic jacquards and timeless prints – Lelièvre's latest collection has a luxe look

Never one to rest on its laurels, French fabric house Lelièvre celebrates its 100th anniversary with a new collection full of vibrant life and colour.

Called Entre les Lignes (Between the Lines), the silks, cottons and linens in the range draw on influences from the past as well as keeping an eye firmly on the future.

The curling motifs featured on Spire, for example, take their cue from designs of the 1920s. Shown here in Ecaille, the cotton-mix jacquard is available in six other colourways.

Equally striking is Stabile, a geometric influenced by the work of Op Art painter Victor Vasarely. We love this Ivoire colourway, but the linen curtain fabric is also available in five other eye-catching tones.

If you’re a fan of more subtle patterns, Vibrato cotton-mix offers a discreet, iridescent shimmer, ideal for upholstery, cushion covers or even the wall art shown in this image. Available in ten colourways, Vibrato is priced from £75 per m, as are all the other fabrics in the Entre les Lignes collection.

To see these gorgeous textiles first-hand, why not visit Lelièvre’s showroom during London Design Week? (for details, go online at Design Centre Chelsea Harbour).

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