This year, one of our most cherished and preferred fabric, wall covering, furniture, rug and accessory sources celebrates their centennial anniversary. Kravet, Inc., along with their acquired brands, Brunschwig & Fils, GP&J Baker and Lee Jofa are almost always used in our projects and we are so proud of their success and growth over the years.
Over the last 25 years of our business, we have been fortunate to make lasting relationships with members of the Kravet family and their amazing team. Not only do we love using their products, but we also truly enjoy being included in industry events that they are involved with.
Sarah and fellow designers at the Kravet party in High Point wearing Danielle Rollins jackets made in Brunschwig & Fils classic “Le Zebre” fabric.
This family-owned business has steadily grown from a New York City tailoring shop into one of the country’s most well-known sources for fabrics, wallcoverings, furniture, rugs, and accessories. As they have evolved in the design industry over the years, they have always stayed true to their values – integrity and commitment to their customers.
In celebration of their 100 year anniversary, we decided to compile photos of some of our favorite projects where we have used materials from Kravet and their brands.
Lee Jofa “Exuberance” used on the draperies and back of the wing chairs in a client’s study.
A solid cotton/linen fabric from Kravet was used for the headboard and bed skirt in this master bedroom.
Kravet’s “Bosana” fabric was used for the pillows in a client’s master bedroom. In the same home, we used Lee Jofa “Queen Victoria” antique velvet on two chairs in the study.
One of their solid, cotton fabrics was used for a quilted coverlet in our client’s Park City bedroom.
Brunschwig & Fils “Edenwood” was used on the draperies, headboard, and pillow in a client’s guest room.
In our Kiawah Island project, we used Lee Jofa “Gaddesden Linen” on chairs and pillows in the family room.
Kravet’s faux leather, “Matter”, was used for a little boy’s room that we recently completed.
Kravet’s “Nashik” fabric was used on the headboard, pillows and bed skirt in our client’s guest room.
In our industry, it is so nice to work with a reliable team and use their quality products. Congratulations Kravet, here’s to the next 100 years!!
“One of the most important lessons is to listen. Our customers intuitively have the answers we are seeking. We just need to perpetually find the vehicle for learning those answers”. – Cary Kravet