Annie Coop – Australian Textile Studio

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Print to order textile studio

Annie Cooper, a Sydney-based designer, owns and operates Annie Coop, an Australian textile studio.

Their extensive fabric line features bright colour palettes as well as textured and sophisticated geometric designs. Their fabric, imbued with a lively attitude, is equal parts refined and whimsical, with an unwavering commitment to quality.

Annie Coop’s style is influenced by her printmaking and digital textile design expertise and her travels through Mexico and Spain, resulting in a unique aesthetic suitable for both home and commercial interior designs.

Annie Coop captures contemporary craft with print-to-order textiles produced locally available for purchase in showrooms worldwide.


We are a print-to-order textile studio and our base cloths include Linen, a cotton/linen bend and a heavyweight commercially graded polyester.


Annie Coop – Australian Textile Studio. ANNIE COOP. (n.d.).

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