In 1833, like all beautiful stories, Garnier-Thiebaut's journey begins with the wedding celebration of two linen merchants, namely Virginie Thiébaut and Jean-Baptiste Garnier. Together, they create the weaving company GARNIER-THIEBAUT. It was founded in the heart of the Vosges region.
The factory was destroyed by the bombing of the Second World War. It took five years for the plant to rise from its ashes and the looms to buzz again.
Garnier-Thiebaut has pioneered many of the textile industry's design and technology inventions for production of fine linens. Renowned for its luxurious damask designs, Garnier Thiebaut linens make an immediate impact with their vivid colors and unique designs.