Our history is exciting and our future promising...
1833: Like all beautiful stories, that of Garnier-Thiebaut begins with a wedding celebrated by the merchants of linen, that of Virginie Thiébaut and Jean-Baptiste Garnier. Together, they create the weaving company GARNIER-THIEBAUT.
1944: The factory is destroyed by the bombing of the Second World War. It takes five years for the plant to rise from its ashes and the looms to buzz again.
1969: The heirs of Garnier-Thiebaut decide to sell the family company which keeps its name and soul despite the successive purchases.
1995: Paul de Montclos, the current CEO, gives new impulse to the Vosges company and its men by betting on innovation, creativity and diversification. Already famous in the restaurant and hotel sector, equipping stared establishments, Garnier-Thiebaut is entering the retail market with collections that perfectly master the colors and the refinement of patterns, combined with flawless quality.
2000: Launch of the American subsidiary.
2006: Garnier-Thiebaut is one of the first to obtain the 'Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant' (living heritage company) label.
2017: Garnier-Thiebaut guests the ISO 14001 certification.
Today: The company continues to invest to remain at the forefront of technology and innovation.