Leave luxury at the door no more! Now, you can bring the stunning styles you love outdoors. These indoor/outdoor fabrics are made to perform – rain or shine – without compromising on style. Read More “Elevated Entertaining”
Elle Décor released its highly anticipated A-List of designers – each one is distinctive in style, approach and detail. The list includes more than 100 vanguards of the design industry – from the new kids on the block to the grand masters that have paved the way for the future. Read More “Kravet Partners Top Elle Décor’s A-List”
Jeffrey Alan Marks is leaning into his signature coastal chic aesthetic with his second collection with Kravet, Oceanview. The collection presents classic patterns in a modern way, while maintaining its traditional craftsmanship. Featuring elements like sea shells, jute, cotton and linen, Oceanview encapsulates a serene beachy vibe with each pattern. Read More “In Conversation with Jeffrey Alan Marks”
Looking for top quality but need it now? Kravet is offering quick solutions to designers’ needs with its Guaranteed In Stock Program. Products in this category are guaranteed to be in stock and ready to ship in days. If for any reason these fabrics are not in stock, and do not ship within 14 business days, Kravet will ship the fabrics overnight at no charge. Read More “Great Design Guaranteed”
A rare treasure in the design world, Lee Jofa’s handblock prints take center stage as an integral part of the brand’s legacy. At a time when automation and digital production are at the forefront of today’s textiles, the traditional art of handblock prints provide a unique and artisanal design. These special prints are works of art in their own right and date back centuries as one of the original textiles in civilization.
Known for its rich history, Brunschwig & Fils prides itself on inspiring modern interiors with historical influence. One of the many layers of that legacy is its partnership with the Winterthur Museum, a premier museum of American decorative arts in Delaware.
Kravet Couture is paying homage to its origin with its latest collection, Modern Tailor. A century ago, Samuel Kravet arrived in New York with an artisan craft – sewing – and began working as a tailor on the lower east side of Manhattan. From those humble beginnings came a thriving family business, and now, in its 100th year, Modern Tailor is introduced as an extraordinary collection of elegant fabrics and complementary wallcoverings.