The Washington Design Center

James Dunlop Homestead Collection   The fabrics within James Dunlop’s Homestead collection are inspired by this deep connection to the New Zealand environment, pulling reference from the outdoors in via texture and color. The transitional textiles focus on tactility and dimension, in a sophisticated yet casual reflection of New Zealand life. Explore collection at the Michael-Cleary showroom, Suite 350.    
Kravet Couture introduces Trad Nouveau, its debut collection with Corey Damen Jenkins. This collection features wallcovering and eclectic textiles ranging from prints, velvets, jacquards, embroidery, stripes and textures showcased in a bold color palette. Created carefully with refinement and sophistication, the patterns in this collection are a fresh take on traditional designs.  View Collection
DEDON will be leaving The Washington Design Center on September 30th and everything must be sold by then.Most showroom floor samples are in perfect condition and available for 50-75% off LIST prices.Please contact Kara Ross at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 202-680-2787 for more information. #samplesale #dedon #washingtondesigncenter #dcinteriors #dcdesign⠀
Stay cool for the summer with outdoor performance fabrics from Serena Dugan Studio. The collection, complete with 17 patterns, plays with some existing designs while experimenting with new colorways better suited for outdoor living. Step into John Rosselli & Associates Suite C-100 to view their bold, colorful fabrics and wallcoverings. Glant at a Glance  Glant Spring 2022 celebrates, through innovative texture and color, three of their favorite and often visited countries of Japan, Italy, and…
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