Stylized florals take center stage in Schumacher’s new Flower Power collection, a fun, fresh roundup of bloom-centric patterns with a happy, mod vibe.
Joan 100% Cotton in Yellow or Pink
A large-scale, allover floral features loose, stylized blooms with a slightly retro vibe and a glazed effect for a hit of sheen. Also available as a wallcovering.
Carly 100% Cotton in Pink or Sky
This sweet, allover floral with a happy 1960s vibe is like the embodiment of bright spring day: colorful, This sweet, allover floral with a happy 1960s vibe is like the embodiment of bright spring day: colorful, sunny, and euphoric. Also available as a wallcovering. sunny, and euphoric. Also available as a wallcovering.
Stevie 100% Linen in Blue, Pink or Neutral
This oversized floral features abstract, stylized blooms in a swirling, allover pattern that’s painterly and free-spirited. Printed on linen for added dimension.
ANITA 100% Linen in Lilac & Orange or Sky & Red
This large-scale and exuberant floral inhabits a sophisticated, painterly aesthetic that nods to great modernist art of the early 20th century.
JONI CHINTZ 100% Cotton in Red or Yellow
Posies of bright poppies are the centerpiece of this joyful floral from our archives. A classic chintz finish that makes it a shoe-in for sunny upholstery.
CITRUS GARDEN 100% Linen Lime, Pool or Primary
This archival Josef Frank print, created in 1947, bears the signature whimsy, color and personality for which the designer is known. The hand-drawn pattern has inimitable charm. Also available as a wallcovering and indoor/outdoor fabric.
MAGNOLIAS 90 % Linen, 10% Nylon in Citron & Peacock, Poppy & Yellow or Bluies
A 1930 design that Paul Poiret created exclusively for Schumacher, this lush, mid-scale pattern is dense with magnolia blossoms and foliage, and printed on heavy linen.
JUIN 100% Cotton in Poppy & Yellov, Document or Citron & Peacock
A 1930 design that Paul Poiret created exclusively for Schumacher, these medium-scale buds and blossoms work beautifully in traditional and modern settings.
In 1898 Frederic Schumacher opened his design house in New York City. Schumacher fabrics decorate the most luxurious rooms in the country, from great estates to hotels, even The White House received his their influence.
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