The Hampton Designer Showhouse has been the showcase for America’s premier design talent for decades. In July, The Hampton Designer Showhouse returned to Southampton, New York and featured more than 20 top interior designers from the country. Included in that exclusive group are three close friends of Kravet; Alexa Hampton, Megan Gorelick, and Mabley Handler.
Discover the design possibilities with Ultrasuede’s latest color palette, only available through Kravet. Designed with clients in mind, Ultrasuede’s newest performance upholstery collection features 14 exciting new colors suitable for most interiors.
Esteemed brands Clarke & Clarke and Studio G are now officially part of the Kravet Inc. family. Read More “Kravet Inc. Welcomes Clarke & Clarke and Studio G”
Rooted in travel and an appreciation for world culture, Alexa Hampton’s fourth collection with Kravet – Mallorca – is a celebration of style. Incorporating a striking color palette, ethnic design motifs, and a medley of warm texture, the collection evokes the rich cultural landscape and distinct Spanish influence of its city of origin. Skillfully layering patterned designs, Hampton successfully curates a classically warm collection of bold yet balanced textiles. Read More “Kravet Introduces Mallorca with Alexa Hampton”
Lee Jofa takes you on a journey through the south of France with The Riviera Collection from renowned designer Suzanne Kasler. Inspired by Kasler’s travels, this collection of fabric, trim and wallpaper represents the designer’s fresh approach to classic design, featuring a beautiful sunset palette, as well as more traditional hues. Read More “Introducing The Riviera Collection”
For Nate Berkus, style is personal. That’s why in his first fabric collection with Kravet, he wanted to allow freedom for designers to showcase their distinct point of view. Incorporating inspiration from Nate’s many travels abroad, Well-Traveled offers a fresh perspective that mixes history, architecture, art and craftsma
Modern Luxe Izu showcases the beauty of ancient Japanese art and time honored traditional dyeing techniques. Drawing inspiration from art, culture, landscapes and nature, this exclusive collection of luxurious fabrics is a dynamic assemblage of bold color, dramatic pattern and sophisticated textures and qualities.
Add more light – that was the directive from Tydings Design Inc.’s clients in their Washington, D.C. home. After adding a sunroom and brightening the space, Tydings Design Inc. took their talents to Kravet using Mabley Hander furniture to furnish the 1930’s-era home for a relaxing vibe fit for entertaining. Here’s how they tackled the design:
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A time-honored tradition in New York City is the beloved Kips Bay Showhouse, where celebrated interior designers use their creative talents to transform a charming estate into an elegant exhibit. This year, designer Matthew Bees took his talents to Manhattan’s Upper East Side to showcase his style for a good cause – proceeds from this charity go to support the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club to fund after school and enrichment programs for New York City children. We spoke to Matthew Bees to find out what he hoped to accomplish with his Kips Bay room! Read More “From Our Friends: Matthew Bees”