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Courtyard fabric adds zing to indoor/outdoor living
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May '08
Indoor and outdoor living spaces can be rejuvenated with a punch of color and a lively new look with “Courtyard” printed and woven fabrics, Thibaut's first collection of indoor and outdoor fabrics.

In both brights and neutrals, these high-performance fabrics are colorfast and stain-resistant, offering long-lasting beauty and durability. Beach inspired designs and hip traditional patterns give a fresh, clean style.

There are also companion stripes, houndstooth patterns, basic matelasses, and geometric designs. All can be mixed and matched, creating a custom look for porches, patios, decks, kitchens, family rooms, baths, bedrooms and more.

“Bolton,” a woven fabric with a large Jacobean pattern, is a one-color design with a modern, graphic look. It pairs with “Gabriel,” a modern trellis design with geometric interlocking diamonds.

Both designs are balanced by a simple, tailored look in “Linden Hill Stripe.” The color palette for these designs includes aqua, black, navy, putty, palmetto, and chocolate.

Seahorses, crabs, scallop shells, and sea fans give the woven design “Swept Away” a carefree, coastal flair. A basketweave texture in “Bridgeport Houndstooth” complements and completes the nautical look. This design coordinates readily with all other fabrics in the collection, as well.

“Batik,” a colorful adaptation of Indonesian waxed and dyed fabric, features elephants, cranes and llamas in a cheery color palette. The design is ideal for poolside or even a child's room.


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