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Behind the Design with York

York Wallcoverings wallpaper line premiered at High Point Market in the Salon at Market Square. THE hottest location at market, curated to feature innovation, craftsmanship and leadership in style and design.

York’s focus was color and trend, showing a beautiful array of innovative wallpaper specialty products and fresh new patterns with the interior designer in mind. Here’s what they were thinking behind the design.

Top Left to Right: Arabesque, Georgia Mural, Modern Marble, Metallic Cork.  All lifestyle images found on Pinterest.

 

Color: Blush, Grey, Brushed Brass for soft sophistication
Trending:
cork, marbles, soft smoky patterning
Concept:
The mural as oversized art

Color: Indigo, Gold, Copper for glamour with a workaday counterpoint
Trending:
 Dandelion, Geodes, Industrial Metals
Concept:
 Organic patterning as textural modern geometrics

If you missed York at High Point or you need help with wonderful and inspiring ways to bring color and trend into your home visit the stop in and enjoy browsing through the all of York‘s collections.

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Stroheim Celebrates 150 Years: 1865-2015

 

Reflecting on the past and looking to the future

Fabricut Inc. celebrates Stroheim’s sesquicentennial as one of the most respected fabric houses in the decorating world. A leading resource for exquisite, fine-quality fabrics, wallcoverings and trimmings for the most discerning clientele, Stroheim’s 150th anniversary is a major milestone in our industry as its history and future continue to influence the interior design community.

“It’s exciting to be part of such a distinguished and venerable brand as Stroheim,” says David Klaristenfeld, vice president of sales for Fabricut Inc. “Not many companies are in business for 50 years and to be celebrating 150 is a rare, wonderful experience.”

In early 1865, a young Julius Stroheim opened a business in Lower Manhattan to supply decorative fabrics to upholsterers and furniture makers. The decades after the Civil War ushered in major economic expansion, the Industrial Revolution had created thousands of new jobs and the taste of the Victorian Age was for opulence; it was a good time to open a fabric business. Huge mansions built by the wealthy fostered demand for luxury fabrics to cover over-stuffed furniture and elaborate drapery treatments were in vogue. “Too much it not enough” was the decorating premise of the time.

A Stroheim advertisement from 1919; published in Good Furniture Magazine.

The decorating world has transformed in the last 150 years but Stroheim has stayed true to its founding design principles: a classical aesthetic that evolves with changing styles but is rooted in traditional design. With a breathtaking range of fabrics, trimmings and wallcoverings, Stroheim enhances interiors created by designers domestically and abroad. Resourcing products from the finest textile, trimming and wallcovering producers around the world, the Stroheim collection features exclusive designs manufactured in a variety of quality fibers.

A Stroheim advertisement from 1989; patterns and colors still relevant today.

“With an eye to the ever changing interior marketplace, Stroheim continues to evolve stylistically while always reflecting the brand’s time-honored aesthetic,” adds Nina Butkin, vice president of design for Fabricut Inc.

In May of 2010, third-generation and employee-owned Fabricut Inc. acquired Stroheim from JAB Anestoetz, another multi-generation family business which joined forces with Stroheim in 1982 to broaden its American distribution channels. Today, Stroheim is part of Fabricut’s 10 corporate showrooms and over 60 agent showrooms worldwide, and an outside sales force that shares the brand’s story every day with designers and decorators. Beyond the years – and many yards of fabrics, trimmings and wallcoverings – Fabricut continues to maintain a level of service, which Stroheim began 150 years ago, that remains an integral part of the business.

Stroheim’s 2015 advertisement commemorating 150 years.

“When Fabricut acquired Stroheim in 2010, we had been looking to increase our profile in the high-end market,” says David Finer, chief executive officer of Fabricut Inc. “Over the last five years, the Stroheim name and respected reputation has helped grow our company footprint in the luxury home furnishings marketplace. We continue to build upon the history, tradition and legacy the Stroheim family established 150 years ago and introduce the next generation of designers to this prestigious brand.”

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Channeling All Things Icelandic

 

Innovations channels all things Icelandic for the launch of a new radiant wallcovering.

Much like the Northern Lights, Icelandic Wood integrates natural beauty with a luminous color palette. Comprised of a wood-grain pattern with bright metallic undertones that shimmer and shine enough to brighten any space, this elegant Type II wallcovering draws inspiration from both natural and cultural Icelandic influences.

With colors named after song titles from Bjork’s former band, The Sugarcubes, this glimmering palette is sure to strike a chord in any interior – from a woodland cabin to a contemporary nightspot – or even in a high-rise office.

ICELANDIC WOOD Composition: Vinyl | Backing: Cotton Fiber | Width: 36”-54” | Class A

Find Innovations Icelandic wood here at Judy’s Custom Workroom.

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The James Hare Collection

 

 

James Hare Collection

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A Visual Sensation

James Hare silk collections are in our showrooms and they’re exquisite! As experts in the intricacies of the silk farming tradition, their vast array of rich lustrous silks exude enhanced elegance.

Our newest introductions range from the Oriental themed Halkin Collection in rich neutrals accented with a splash of color, to the Shagreen Collection of Hollywood glamour-inspired shark and ray leathers of the 1930’s.  Completing this diverse offering are the woven mosaics of the Tesserae Collection, the rich array of silks in jewel colors and neutral tones found in the Simla Collection and the Connaught Collection of sophisticated neutrals in silk and merino wool.  Every room should be adorned with the eye catching unique richness of silk!

 

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