Kravet to launch CuratedKravet e-commerce site

Kravet announced, a to-the-trade only e-commerce site launching at 9 a.m. Monday, April 20. offers designers a comprehensive selection of distinctive home furnishings and accessories across a variety of styles and product categories.  

New products are continually introduced and designed into stylized spaces, creating a “shop-the-room” experience. Design talent, including inaugural “curators” Alexa Hampton and Nick Olsen, style rooms that are fully merchandised with furniture and accessories. Future curators include Barbara Barry, Barclay Butera, Candice Olson, Jeffrey Alan Marks, Jonathan Adler, Nate Berkus, Thom Filicia and more. Designers will be able to shop by category, trends or curated rooms

“Our hope for is to provide designers with an inclusive solution for all of their design needs,” said Cary Kravet. “The goal of the site is to combine reliable service and quality with unique items across a broad range of product categories, simplifying the sourcing process and saving designers time and effort.” 

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New to the interior design industry is the Ready to Ship Upholstery program, delivering the Kravet trademark quality without the wait. The program has Kravet sofa, chair and ottoman frames and finishes outfitted in Kravet fabrics purposefully paired to each piece, packed and ready to ship.

Visitors to the Kravet showroom during High Point Market will enjoy live demonstrations of the site beginning April 17. The Kravet showroom is located in Market Square, Suite 217, 305 West High Ave. in downtown High Point.

Continuously scouting the global design market, the team hand selects the most unique pieces, offered made-to-order or in stock and ready to ship at the click of a button.

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