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This season, Fabricut and its family of brands is proud to introduce new collections of fabrics, trimmings, wallcoverings and decorative drapery hardware, including one licensee collection. Fabricut unveils five new fabric collections including: Statement Sheers, Belfast – Volume IV, Classic … Continue reading
Announced as Pantone’s Color of the Year for 2015, Marsala is depicted as a rich, earthy wine red that provides an elegant tone to interior spaces. A welcomed contrast from the past few years of bright shades, Pantone describes Marsala … Continue reading
Streamlined Search Engine We’ve enhanced and streamlined our search engine functions to provide better results! 1. Search by Product Category Within each brand you can search for products within its own category: fabrics, trimmings, hardware or wallcoverings. Just look for … Continue reading
Inspired by the way lines are used to create space, movement, impressions and boundaries, S. Harris introduces new sheers, wovens and cut velvets in its latest collection: Global Lines. Depicted through weaving techniques, pattern, color and texture, this collection shows … Continue reading
The Ronald McDonald House of Long Island is a five-floor, 42-bedroom home-away-from-home where families with seriously ill children undergoing medical treatment in nearby hospitals can stay temporarily at no charge. Forty-five interior designers donated their time to transform 24 bedrooms, four … Continue reading