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Barry Dixon’s Favorite Things We asked Barry Dixon to assemble a few of his favorite things that inspire him every day. From his childhood and worldly travels to his Virginia farm, see what inspires Barry: “The My Book House series of children’s books were … Continue reading
We’re excited to announce that Fabricut, Vervain and Trend will be sponsors for the Design Bloggers Conference in Atlanta, February 25 – 27, 2015. Join us as we introduce product from our licensee collections: Isabelle de Borchgrave wallcovering for Fabricut, … Continue reading
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
This year, Vervain celebrates its tenth anniversary. We celebrate 10 years of fabrics and trimmings crafted with artistry and distinction, and design collaborations with Barry Dixon and the late Charles Faudree. But most of all, we celebrate 10 years of … Continue reading