The expanding and ever-changing world of textiles allows for exciting new developments every day. At Kravet, we are as committed to new technology as we are to centuries-old methods. They each have their place in our industry.
Earlier this week, we won an award from Connecticut Cottages & Gardens for Innovative Product Design. The winner was a fabric from Kelly Wearstler’s collection with Groundworks, a fabric called Mineral.
The harmonious painterly style featured in this digital print on sumptuous cotton velvet is just one example of the expanding capabilities of digital printing on fabric. Mineral combines Kelly Wearstler’s love of onyx rendered with a hand crafted and dimensional style.
No longer restricted by number of colors or size repeats, which are historically dictated by screens and the limitations of machinery, digital printing has led to innovative and exciting new projects at Kravet Inc.
In addition, digital printing eliminates yardage restrictions, and small print runs provide designers with cost effective custom capabilities, limiting them only to their imaginations.
Thank you CTC&G for this award and thank you Kelly and the Lee Jofa team for your commitment to beauty in design. Have a great weekend everyone!
A chair makeover on Domaine Home featuring the Juniper/Lake colorway.
As seen in Elle Decor September 2012.