Schumacher’s Marine Toile has timeless appeal

“Marine Toile” courtesy of Schumacher

The French word “toile” refers to any one of the many plain or simple twill weave fabrics, especially those made of linen, but today we hear the word and think more specifically of “toile de Jouy,” the 18th century French scenic patterns that were usually printed on cotton, linen or silk in just one color against a light background. Toile is considered a classic decorating choice, and Schumacher and Co. recently released its Marine Toile print as part of the Schumacher Classics Collection.

A faithful, hand-engraved rendering of a rare 19th-century document, this design captures toile’s timeless appeal while making a bold, captivating statement all its own. The print comes in Delft blue, Indigo blue and Black. The fabric is 53 inches wide and has a horizontal repeat of 38 inches, a vertical repeat of 75 inches. The fabric is 100 percent cotton.

Schumacher is one of the many custom fabric lines we offer at Knox and Panoply, so if you’re looking for a specific toile—or any other print or color of fabric—we no doubt have something in our design library that is exactly what you’re seeking. If you’d like to make an appointment to discuss toiles or other custom fabrics, give us a call at 770-251-4557 and we’ll be happy to help.

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