Linherr Hollingsworth Presents BOHÈME

“I’ve always enjoyed pushing the boundaries – seeking the unique, the different, the abstract, and taking it outside the box.” - Linherr Hollingsworth

For her first collection with Kravet, New England-based interior designer Linherr Hollingsworth presents fresh and unexpected lifestyle collection of fabrics, trimmings, wallcoverings and carpet. Taking its cue from the designer’s background in high fashion, transformative style and affinity for art and travel, Bohème is both adaptable and eclectic.  A refreshing viewpoint for today’s design world, Bohème is evocative of Hollingsworth’s own sense of free-spirited yet refined vibe – simplicity with an edge; strength with an air of femininity; and elegance with alluring quirk.

Linherr Hollingsworth collection for Kravet


Fresh architectural patterns and free-flowing forms colored in a richly organic palette are highlighted with touches of metallic accents throughout the collection.  Abstract shapes and rhythmic combinations of textures – such as lush velvets, unique weaves, supple leathers and soft linen prints – harmoniously infuse unpretentious yet luxurious style.

Linherr Hollingsworth collection for Kravet


Designed to accompany the fabric collection, the Bohème trimmings include bold embroidered patterns, metallic silk screen prints, textured cottons and stone washed wooden bead designs – each with personal style and layers of visual intrigue.

Linherr Hollingsworth collection for Kravet


Linked Up, a bold, large-scale carpet design, is offered in five chic and organic colorways from bronze to indigo.  First hand-loomed and then screen-printed by hand, the result is a striking and sophisticated area rug.  Linked Up is just as eye-catching and luxurious underfoot as it is in its printed fabric counterpart, Get Squared.

Linherr Hollingsworth collection for Kravet


The showroom-exclusive wallcoverings complement the collection with burnished metallic, deep charcoals, azure blues and lush neutrals.  The geometric and organic patterns are highlighted with hints of subdued metallic in grasscloths and raffias.

Linherr Hollingsworth collection for Kravet

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