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  Ken Berry of AmericanEye was recently interviewed in "Shop Talk" on RestyleSource. Learn how Ken got his start, entertaining tips and see some beautiful pictures of the AmericanEye showroom in the new Washington Design Center building. Read the article on RestyleSource
With Maravilha, Beacon Hill celebrates the wanderlust of the Bohemian artist — the devotee of a life lived alongside beauty, authenticity, creativity and adventure with opulent silk jacquards, intricate embroideries and bold patterns that are filled with wonderment and surprise. The fabrics are artisanal, intricate and embellished. Their designs are inspired by the streets of Rio, the Brazilian modernist architecture of Oscar Niemeyer and the country’s costal shores where the ocean meets the forest. Maravilha,…
  Established in 1865 as a luxurious brand known for offering fine, traditional silks, Stroheim continues the tradition by introducing a new collection, Palace Silks. Drawing inspiration from its heritage, Stroheim’s Palace Silks collection features silk damasks, stripes and jacquards designed and styled for today’s traditional interiors. Classic patterns are altered through simplification, scale adjustments and dimensional weave effects in order to represent an updated traditional aesthetic. Divided into two color stories, Amber Glow and…
WIND fabrics has six new collections sampled below available now in the Michael-Cleary showroom. Bodega is a collection of elegant curtain fabrics. The inspiration is found in the beautiful colours of the vineyards and the grapes. Ortega, a classical medallion, is matched perfectly in colour with Merlot, a sober faux-uni. The nice soft natural colours are combined with beautiful red fuchsia, blue and green colours. The collection is completed with an elegant stripe, medallion transparent…