Gathering inspiration from his many travels, Nate Berkus introduces Well-Traveled, his first collection for Kravet. He examined techniques from Mexico and Peru while visiting museum exhibits for pattern inspiration creating a modern collection that has its own unique perspective.
For the second time, Kravet is teaming up with lifestyle brand Kate Spade New York for their newest fabric collection, Amusements. Bold prints and lively florals don't shy away in this whimsical collection. Aside from the appealing flowers, this collection also carries modern designs such as Boldstroke, and geometric patterns like Maxime while staying grounded with soft tones and classic neutral solids.
New from Groundworks at Lee Jofa, this luxurious fabric collection from renowned designer Kelly Wearstler features indoor and outdoor upholstery fabrics in a wide range of nature-inspired prints and textures.
Jeffrey Alan Marks has released his soothing collection, Oceanview, for Kravet. Oceanview seeks to create a relaxed upscale retreat, mixing fashionable fabrics and decorative trimmings. Inspired by serene ocean waves, the collection offers powder blue and subdued chalk white as a classic pairing, while also incorporating linen and grey neutrals with pops of citrine, indigo, and teal.
Kravet Couture is paying homage to its origin with its latest collection, Modern Tailor. With a nod to fashion, this collection draws inspiration from the runway with a focus on bespoke tailoring techniques.
Constantinople had a reputation of being the wealthiest city in Europe during the middle ages. This led it to be appropriately referred to as the “Queen of Cities.” Kravet has debuted their Constantinople Fabric collection and it does nothing less than live up to its name. The collection is filled with iconic prints and weaves, each celebrating the rich history and craftsmanship of Turkey’s textile arts.
You may recognize her from hit HGTV shows like "Sarah’s House" or from her various roles behind the camera. Sarah Richardson, the entrepreneur, designer, writer, producer and TV Personality is a familiar face in the creative industry.
Miss the target at another store? You can find 100 Lilly Pulitzer fabrics, available by the yard, at Patio Lane, and the orders for custom cushions and pillows made with these fabrics are coming in fast!
When Kravet Fabrics created the first Guaranteed In Stock collection of ready-to-ship fabrics, they never anticipated the deluge of designers who wanted to get their hands on velvets, jacquards, textures and stripes overnight. Every one of the more than 1400 fabrics ship direct from the warehouse within 24 hours.
Patio Lane is breaking naughty with a Kravet collection of 32 sweet, warm fabrics from Alexa Hampton that are neither modern nor transitional. Balancing between decades, Alexa Hampton introduces aqua, blue, gold and orange to pull a hint of European flair into her decidedly classic design.
Elevated with a delightful play of clean, watery patterns and palettes, the Jeffrey Alan Marks Collection for Kravet is a shift towards touchable, high end design. A rising star in Hollywood’s tight circle of celebrity interior designers, Jeffrey has put his charm and million dollar smile into every one of his new 73 upholstery, drapery and multipurpose fabrics for Kravet.
Kravet Soleil and Oceania Cruises® have collaborated to develop Oceania Ports of Call, a sophisticated collection of indoor/outdoor fabrics by Kravet, including 41 stunning Sunbrella® patterns. Inspired by the world’s premiere line of luxury cruise ships, Oceania Ports of Call offers fifty-three stunning performance fabrics in soft, lush textures, washed in a delicate palette of sandstone, sea-greens and muted teal.
Leading designers, Barclay Butera, Windsor Smith and Echo Design have embraced the look of sand, sea, sun and surf for Kravet Soleil Indoor/Outdoor Fabrics. With the added strength of Teflon®, Kravet Soleil enters the performance fabric arena with high end design and tough acrylic, Dralon, and polyesters threads.
In 1968, a 22 year old Calvin Klein opened a coat shop in New York with his close friend, Barry Schwartz and named it the Calvin Klein coat business. As the story goes, a buyer for Bonwit Teller Department Store got off the elevator on the wrong floor and ended up in Calvin Klein’s workroom where she placed an order for $50,000. Thus began the career of Calvin Klein.