Historical and unprecedented describes Schumacher's place in the world of home décor. A company that helped decorate the White House, the Chambers of the United States Supreme Court, The Metropolitan Opera and numerous acclaimed residential homes including the Hearst Private Residences. Schumacher has collaborated with some of the most respected and well-known designers of the 20th century. Their names read like a Mount Rushmore of décor; Paul Poiret, Dorothy Draper, Cecil Beaton and Frank Lloyd Wright. Today, the tradition of working with only the best continues, with names like Alessandra Branca, Trina Turk and Timothy Corrigan. Schumacher’s decorative fabric, wallcovering, trimming, and furnishing strike that balance between classic elegance and modern sophistication.
Schumacher fabrics are available in an array of textiles, patterns, and prints. The Queen of Spain line is just as bold today, as it was when it was first released in 1963; a repeated leaf pattern on 100% cotton, a striking look available in five bold hues. Eye-catching animal prints created by a heady mix of texture and color and woven fabrics with glittering metallic finishes any room with reckless abandon. These fabric lines, as well as countless others, is the reason Schumacher will continue to be the fabric of choice for countless generations.
Since 1889, Schumacher continues to create a collection of luxury home designs that set the standard all others follow. Schumacher is still privately owned and operated by the same family. Today, the Schumacher standard of high-end quality is found in countless trade showrooms across the Americas, in Europe, Asia, Australia and Africa.