Cafe Society

Introducing the latest indoor/outdoor fabric collection from Madeaux, an alluring mix of color and Parisian-inspired design, perfectly suited to a sun-drenched terrace, as much as it is to the most popular room in the house. Not only are these sophisticated-looking qualities wonderfully
soft to the touch, but they also offer fantastic durability and light fastness as they are woven from recyclable solution dyed yarns with an excellent proven track record of performance. This collection’s charming geometrics and unique, vintage bouclé will whisk you to a
vibrant outdoor café on the coast.


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Cafe Society: The pattern inspired by traditional rattan seating outside Parisian bistros, Cafe Society is woven from polypropylene with a subtle heathered effect: created by blending together three different colors of yarn, which gives a subtle artisanal feel to the ground.


Bouclé: An uneven twist to the yarns, the irregular warp and an inspired color palette give the Bouclé design a gorgeous, vintage feel. Taking its name from the French word for ‘loop’, this clever take on traditional bouclé fabric is woven using polypropylene yarn, giving it a lovely, heavyweight, making it the perfect choice for upholstery.

En Damier: Inspired by checkerboard paving stones, this pattern creates a charming contrast between the more solid-toned yarns in the warp with the variety of color in the weft. This alluring melange makes En Damier an incredibly versatile fabric when working it into any scheme.

Boulevard Stripe: The beautifully simple stripes in this pattern consist of an off-white ground alternating with a more three-dimensional bouclé yarn, giving a strong, textural effect. Woven from recyclable, solution-dyed polyolefin, Boulevard Stripe is a unique and playful design reminiscent of jumbo cord fabric.


Cafe Society – Blanc

Cafe Society – Navy

Boucle – Seafoam

En Damier – Mocha

En Damier – Latte

Cafe Society – Limone

Cafe Society – Noir

Boucle – Blush

En Damier – Sienna

Boulevard Stripe – Noir

Cafe Society – Vert

Boucle – Blanc

Boucle – Linen

En Damier – Verdigris

Boulevard Stripe – Marine

Cafe Society – Spice

Boucle – Gris

En Damier – Blanc

En Damier – Ocean

Boulevard Stripe – Rouge

Outdoor Prints From Madeaux Favorites

To work beautifully with their high-performance wovens from Oasis and the new Cafe Society collections, Madeaux is introducing three classic print designs as outdoor quality fabrics. Soft to the touch with a wonderful drape, the light, fast pigments on a high-performance cloth with excellent stain resistance and durability.

Ziggery: New Ziggery colorway is filled with joyful, warm tangerine hues contrasting with classic blues. Drawn initially from seventeenth-century flame stitch documents, rotating this design horizontally gives it a more contemporary feel while reminiscent of a hand-woven ikat.

: Originally inspired by a visit to the Hotel Lambert in Paris when it was decorated by Renzo Mongiardino, this new recoloring of their popular ‘Cornucopia’ design combines several fresh shades of blue, from turquoise to navy, making it eminently useable.

Aviary: The iconic Aviary design has been reimagined in a gorgeously refreshing ‘Summer Breeze’ colorway. In the style of hand-painted Oriental wallpapers, many of the elements of this design were taken from a lacquered Japanese screen which has as much appeal out of doors as they do inside.


Ziggery – Tangerine Bay

Cornucopia – Maritime

Aviary – Summer Breeze

Aviary – Golden Teal

Ziggery – Taupe

Cornucopia – Rosewater

Aviary – Moss Clay

Aviary – Midnight Forest

Ziggery – Flame

Cornucopia – Tapestry

Aviary – Opal

Ziggery – Peacock

Cornucopia – Ionian Sea

Aviary – Morning Light

Classic Recoloured Wovens

Inspired by the fresh colorings of their three new outdoor prints, Madeaux has revisited some of their favorite woven designs; Bargello, Audrey, and Jajim. The new color palette revitalizes these iconic Madeaux designs while remaining on brand and honest to their values of reimagining classic themes with a fresh eye.

Audrey: This sophisticated, couture-like stripe has been reimagined in a soft neutral, ‘Lichen’ colorway, somewhere between linen and stone, which truly complements and works well with existing colors in the collection. Audrey’s contrast of weight and texture between the silk and linen fibers create a luxurious ‘crunchy’ handle, making it perfectly suited to full-length curtains.

Bargello: This new color, inspired by glazed Provencal pots, has all the punch of a Dijon mustard and is a charmingly warm addition to the existing four colors in the collection. Named after the classic flame stitch or Hungarian point first seen in 17th-century Italian textiles, Bargello’s scale and heavy construction make it ideal for furniture.

Jajim: Now available in a new documentary-inspired colorway, combining garnet, rose, and copper with chocolate brown, culminating in a surprisingly modern style. A timeless flatweave that uses wool and a touch of alpaca to give it a soft handle, it’s equally at home in a country house as much as in a contemporary context. It would work as well as simple unlined curtains as it does on sofas, ottomans, and armchairs.



Audrey – Pigeon

Audrey – Charcoal

Bargello – Fir

Audrey – Celery

Audrey – Lichen

Bargello – Indigo

Audrey – Pale Ocean

Bargello – Sea Mist

Bargello – Yellow

Audrey – Indian Red

Bargello – Strawberry