SaveOnFabrics.com Review of Seismic Sesame Vinyl by Kravet Christian: "This is a Kravet vinyl called Seismic Sesame from their faux leather collection. It's pretty amazing stuff because it has a bonding process that makes the fabric impermeable. The bonding process means that anything that gets on the fabric is not going to be part of the it. You can wipe it off; take it off with rubbing alcohol, which is pretty amazing because alcohol would normally dry out the vinyl." Michelle: "It's a very stretchy vinyl. Generally speaking vinyls that have a relief pattern are not so stretchy. This one has striations, but it stretches quite a bit. It's also light weight, you can tell by looking at it." Christian: "It sewed up nicely. It seems to cover the furniture really well once you use heat and pull it in to remove the wrinkles. It definitely takes a different type of technique to use it." Michelle: "It's a high-end vinyl that is really difficult to work with. It's pretty. That's about it. It's got a different look than most of the vinyls do; particularly Kravet has a lot of interesting, unique patterns." Christian: "You can use it as a great accent fabric or as a cushion fabric. You could even use it as wall upholstery, padded titles or in a boat."
See how interior designer Meghan Carter took this traditional Toronto home from builder-basic to bold with colorful accents. She capitalized on the home’s sprawling views by reworking the layout and adding pops of color and pattern. Rich blue dining chairs and sofas, floral throw pillows and a striped rainbow bench breathe life into the newly renovated space. Plus, you’ll fall in love with the Martha Sturdy marble coffee table's monolithic beauty and intricate veining. To see more visit https://houseandhome.com/videos/ ---------- WHERE TO BUY Designer: http://www.meghancarterdesign.com/ Cobalt blue sofas + striped blue & white sofa custom by Meghan Carter Design, Striped fabric on bench: Pierre Frey, Tangerine chairs custom by Kravet. Fabric is Pindler, Toss pillows custom by Meghan Carter Design, 2 faux bois side metal side tables: South Hill Home, Coffee table: Hollace Cluny (Martha Sturdy), Petrified wood side tables (one in Living Room and one in study): Elte, Accessories: Absolutely Inc, JKC Vintage Decor, White sconces above sofa: Hollace Cluny designer Materia, Leather-wrapped pulls on fireplace cabinets: South Hill Home (Ochre), Bar stools & dining chairs custom by Meghan Carter Design, Study lamps: Elte, Study side tables: Restoration Hardware, Eames chair: client's own, DR light & sconces: Union Lighting, Kitchen light: Pavilion Modern. MORE DESIGN INSPIRATION • Subscribe to H&H's YouTube Channel https://goo.gl/IZae51 H&H videos, product sources and more http://houseandhome.com/tv • Beautiful photo galleries https://houseandhome.com/galleries/ ---------- CONNECT WITH HOUSE & HOME! • Facebook https://facebook.com/houseandhomemagazine/ • Instagram https://instagram.com/houseandhomemag/ • Pinterest https://pinterest.com/houseandhome/ • Twitter https://twitter.com/HouseandHome
We have Jacqueline Patricio, Design Consultant to tell us all about Crypton High Performance Fabrics.
ALEXA HAMPTON is growing her collections with Kravet to include a new line of furniture. The furniture styles, which offer a fresh approach to classic, traditional styling, are a reaction to the abundance of "transitional" in the marketplace. Hampton's collection brings a much-needed dose of warmth, wood, softness and classic shapes to the furniture world at just the right moment, as traditional is making its way back into homes in a major way.
It's a new day at the High Point Market, with designers and retailers finding a more creative and open show that provides more inspiration and a wider array of home furnishings products than at any other show. In this interview are designer Alexa Hampton; Deborah Needleman of Wall Street Journal Magazine, designers Martyn Lawrence Bullard, Mary McDonald, Eileen Kathryn Boyd, Barry Dixon, and Susan Anthony.
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Furniture/Today's Ray Allegrezza talks to designer Alexa Hampton, owner and president of design firm Mark Hampton, at the Pinnacle Awards during the High Point Market. They discuss the correlation between great design and great furniture sales, plus new developments in color and whole home sourcing.
With a rich history dating back to 1900, Brunschwig & Fils has a legacy of design, exceptional quality, attention to detail and superb craftsmanship. We have worked diligently to restore inventory levels, develop new products and patterns, and exceed customers' expectations through service. The process of creating this fine furniture can be seen here as we discuss each step that is involved in production.
A tradition in home decorator fabric for upholstery, curtains and drapes, Duralee Fabric is a great choice. InteriorMall.com showcases hundreds of Duralee Fabrics with samples available and fabric by the yard. http://www.fabric-textiles.com/duralee-fabrics.asp