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By Rebecca MacLary

You change the whole feeling of a room when you change the soft furnishings such as the cushions and curtains. If you start with a neutral-colored room, the use of color accents in your soft furnishings will make the room “pop”. The window coverings you use will give the room an entirely different atmosphere.

Published in What's New
Friday, 18 November 2016 08:12

New Curated Kravet Room

Introducing the new Curated Kravet room, Coastal Retreat featuring designs from Sarah Richardson’s collection Harmony. Much like the designer herself, this room is sophisticated, yet easygoing.

Published in What's New
Tuesday, 20 September 2016 02:41

Lilly Pulitzer: Resort Fashion Brand


Beach bash ready, Lilly Pulitzer II is the second collection with the iconic resort fashion brand. Bright, vibrant prints and wonderfully textured weaves in signature Lilly hues create an all-around bohemian-spirited collection that's oh-so Lilly.


Come discover this new fabric and wallpaper collection in our showroom, it will put a smile on your face!


Published in What's New
Tuesday, 23 August 2016 03:04

In With The New is coming in hot with new arrivals! Explore all new styles in lighting, accent furniture, mirrors, artwork, and accessories.

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Tuesday, 19 July 2016 06:33

Kravet Garden Party

Kravet Garden Party

Summer is here and it is time for those festive evening garden parties. Whether it is an impromptu gathering of friends and family or a planned affair, this Curated by Kravet collection for outdoor entertaining in your outdoor room is spot on!

Kravet Garden Party

Shop the full collection on the #CuratedbyKravet website by clicking the button below.

Kravet Garden Party

Summer Entertaining Essentials


Published in What's New
Wednesday, 22 June 2016 07:04

Indoor Outdoor Rugs

Indoor Outdoor Rugs

Designed for open-air living, Kravet Indoor/Outdoor Carpets are an excellent solution for patios, decks, porches and even high-traffic playrooms or kitchens.

Indoor Outdoor Rugs

Their durable, washable and weather-resistant styles feature UV protection to prevent color fading and weathering, as well as stain and mildew resistance for long-lasting design.

Indoor Outdoor Rugs

Choose from an array of stunning styles in either wall-to-wall or area rug options with a quick turnaround for time-sensitive projects.

Indoor Outdoor Rugs

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Published in Rugs
Wednesday, 25 May 2016 04:45

Design Trends: Muted Tones

Design Trends: Muted Tones

Barbara Barry's Chalet

CHALET, Barbara Barry’s new collection of fabric, trimmings, drapery hardware and wallpaper for Kravet, is based on her love of the Austrian Alps, where rustic meets refinement. Rendered in the soft colors of Edelweiss, alpine streams and winter grays, CHALET offers chic simplicity to layered formality. The collection ranges from perfect plains and pretty patterns, to exquisite embroidered and elegant trims. Dress up your cabin-inspired interior in wool and cashmere, felt and fur, or keep it spare and modern with touches of trim and antler drapery hardware accents.

Design Trends: Muted Tones

"Every year I head to Austria to take in the beauty of the mountains. The green Alps and blue skies are a spectacular backdrop for a simple but refined lifestyle. An all day hike is rewarded by the return to soft pine floors, fine linens and a glass of crisp Austrian Riesling. This magical lifestyle and beautiful surroundings is what inspired this new collection called Chalet. " - Barbara Barry

Design Trends: Muted Tones

The exquisite trims recall the provincial motifs of wooden balconies and the details of traditional clothing.

Design Trends: Muted Tones


Published in Fabrics
Tuesday, 03 November 2015 03:22

Kravet ft. Museum of New Mexico


Introducing Kravet's fifth fabric collection with Museum of New Mexico, featuring modern interpretations of traditional designs. Inspiration was drawn primarily from small-scale patterns and embroideries in the 25,000-piece textile and dress collection at the Museum of International Folk Art.

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Published in What's New
Monday, 28 September 2015 13:23

Design Days at the #WDCDesign Center

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Exciting things are happening at the WDC this week. Design Days lead off on Tuesday September 29th at 11:00 with Lewis & Woods’ Stephen Wood showing unique wide width wallpapers.

Wednesday 30th all day stop in Kravet to celebrate 2-4 for wine & cheese; Quadrille launches the Fall collection at 11 with lunch; 12-4 J Lambeth does Show & Tell for exciting new fall textile & shade collections; at 1:30 visit Stark for an eye  opening look at the ‘New Design Economy’ with Chad Stark & Steve Nobel; and end your day at Holly Hunt showing new introductions from David Iatesta Studio.

October 1st features 2 presentations of authors with their new books @ 11 Kathryn Greely  ‘The Collected Table Top’ at Kravet with lunch and 1:30 Leta Austin Foster ‘Traditional Interiors’ at J Lambeth; in between visit Century at 12:30 for a preview of the new Thomas O’Brien collection launching this fall; and 12-4 J Lambeth again does Show & Tell for new fall collections.

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Kravet Launches Fabric Collection with Jeffrey Alan Marks
New York, NY - Kravet is pleased to announce the launch of a new collection of fabrics from celebrity designer Jeffrey Alan Marks. This exclusive collection identifies with Marks' signature design aesthetic, seeking inspiration from his laid-back, California lifestyle and surroundings. His fabrics will exude style and sophistication in perfect sync, exhibiting clean lines and classic, harmonious proportions. "I spend a lot of time outdoors, and I love the water. Tide pools, river edges, paddle boarding, water polo, and swimming are the biggest influences on this collection," said Marks. "It was very important to get the colors right. I wanted fresh colors that could be used in any situation, whether it is an entire room or just a throw pillow."

The collection has a strong foundation in blues and greens and is harmonized with neutrals to incorporate the designer's adoration of the beach. Marks pairs prints such as Netscape Lagoon and Spiro Mineral with geometric and abstract patterns, for a stylish blend intended for mixing and matching. The designs and materials used for the fabrics include fresh, vibrant and sophisticated linens and versatile wovens. Colors range from beachy blues and forest greens, to accents of sunset corals and warm yellows, as well as a subtle mix of soft neutrals in sand and sun-bleached white.

This is Marks' first collection with Kravet and both parties are thrilled about the collaboration. "I had the idea to make a bold impact on a space with this line. Whether it is on a sofa or curtains, my fabrics make for a playful and fresh interior," said Marks. "Regardless of whether you live in a city townhouse or a beach house in Malibu, my fabrics can work in any situation."

Fans of Marks, who have followed his career, will be pleased with the combination of prints and patterns mixed with the refreshing color palette, which offers great style at an accessible price point. The collection is currently available in Kravet showrooms, online and through Kravet's network of licensed representatives.

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