Archive Edition Inc. your source of fine fabrics for upholstery and home goods woven in authentic Arts & Crafts era patterns and colors.
Made in the USA, our custom products combine period style with contemporary durability.



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Click on "FABRICS" box above


Catalog +50 actual swatches available for $18 - Click on CATALOG SWATCHES SAMPLES box above



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Monterey seafoam Field Lily henna Soaring Tulip sand
Peacock Eye Avocado Linen - Rosebud - Red Taupe Isabella nutmeg
Geode indigo Sweet Pea mushroom Sweet Pea cranberry
Geode allspice Durango hazy Celtic Style Fabric
Lotus Spears Linen - Celtic Knot - Latte Forest Maiden Tapestry
Zephyr arctic Soaring Tulip sienna Field Lily - Bone
Peacock Eye Rhubarb Hawthorne iolite

Archive Edition Inc. offers fine woven American made fabrics for upholstery and home furnishing featuring authentic period style and colors to specifically capture the warm luminosity of early 20th C. interiors. Suitable for American Craftsman, Bungalow, Greene & Greene, Mission, Prairie, California Spanish Revival, English William Morris, Voysey, Aesthetic Movement, Art Nouveau, Hoffmann, Austrian Wiener Werkstatte, Secessionist, Art Deco, Victorian, and even contemporary interiors. Available by the yard for upholstery, drapery, bedspreads, throw pillows, table runners, seat cushions, window seats, etc. We offer complimentary design assistance and professional in-house custom sewing at competitive rates. Woven in the spirit of the Arts & Crafts Movement, yet suitable for any interior, our fabrics combine authentic period design with contemporary durability. Let us help you find the best upholstery fabric for your bungalow, home, or business. So you can experience true texture, color, weight, and weave we offer a color catalog with sixty actual fabric swatches for $18. This will help you mix and match your fabrics to your exiting or dream decor. We are proud that the majority of these fabrics are made in the USA.