Kravet Expands Fabrics Offerings

The New York Design Center, the country’s most progressive furniture and design building, is pleased to welcome Brunschwig & Fils and Lee Jofa to the Kravet showroom. The two lines offer an exciting addition to 200 Lex which continues to be the premiere destination for great design in New York.

Lee Jofa has been a leading source of high-end decorative fabrics for almost two centuries and has mastered the delicate harmony between the past, present and future. Offering several iconic collaborations with designers such as Oscar de la Renta, David Easton, Suzanne Kasler, Aerin Lauder, Thomas O’Brien, and Kelly Wearstler, as well as timeless classics from the English brand’s archive, Lee Jofa carries an endless abundance of inspiration for any design project.

From grand rooms in the White House and the Palace of Versailles to romantic country retreats in cottages and seaside homes, Brunschwig & Fils fabrics, wallcoverings and furnishings have appeared for more than a century in the world’s most beautiful and iconic interiors. Brunschwig & Fils is the canon of high quality decorative textiles in the home furnishings industry. The brand’s latest fabric collection, Le Jardin Chinois, is a celebration of the French fantasy of chinoiserie, inspired by many classic patterns in the extensive Brunschwig archive.

“The New York Design Center is thrilled to welcome Brunschwig & Fils and Lee Jofa into the building. The fabric lines are both favorites amongst designers; we are thrilled that Kravet will be showcasing these iconic collections,” said Jim Druckman, President/CEO of the New York Design Center.

A legacy of design, the New York Design Center strives to remain at the forefront of the New York design community by continuing to evolve and house the best design resources and principles of innovation. Lee Jofa and Brunschwig & Fils will be available to interior designers at 200 Lex as part of the existing Kravet showroom, located on the fourth floor.