Tuesday, May 4, 2010

It's a party !!! Welcome Kravet and Lee Jofa!

This Thursday we're doing something new and fun in the studio.

We've invited our Kravet - Lee Jofa representative to come to the studio with her large road sample and her bag of goodies. We've invited clients and friends to come see, enjoy some great food and check out all the Kravet products.

Ok...here's the real hook....I've made CAKE BALLS!


I've carried Kravet fabrics in my studio since I opened up 4 years ago, and I've grown to appreciate that company and all it's offerings more and more. They have wonderful designers with their unique collections.

Calvin Kline

Candice Olson

Barclay Butera

and Kravet's newest collection from America's favorite designer,

This year Kravet has launched a new "smart" line of fabric and furniture called (surpisingly enough...)

Kravet Smart Line
The line has a full range of fabric in textures, patterns, solids and furniture, all made to Kravet standards with a little ease on the pocketbook.

Kravet and Lee Jofa have some of the most amazing trims.

One of Kravet's most unique product lines are the carpets and rugs that can be custom designed in size, color and pattern.

We'll be showing their really cool computer program that allows you to make a design, change it and even see it in the room.

There's a large selection of imported rugs in so many sizes and styles...
naturals, and hand tufted Orientals.

Kravet furniture is some of the best in the business....all hardwood, 8 way hand tied, American made and availabe in over 60,000 fabrics....wow!

But upholstered furniture isn't all that Kravet does. They have case goods, beds, dining and occasional tables, lamps....what else could you want?
Take a look at the new dining room in the New York Showroom!

We have a Kravet sofa in the studio and it's everyone's favorite "sit".

If you're in the Dallas area, we'd love for you to stop by.
The Studio off the Square
620 W. State Street
Garland, Tx 75040
Hope to see ya!



  1. Ooooh! sally wish I could be there, mostly just to visit with you and eat cake balls. How the heck do you make cake balls. Look and sound delish!! Have a really fun day. I hope you get a great turn-out! Happy Wednesday, Kathysue

  2. You have been busy! I love the way Kravet organizes their books! I hope your design open house is a huge success. And how's the new grand baby? Stop by and see my new tutorial on painting originals. graciousinteriors.blogspot.com Happy Mother's Day a bit early!

  3. OMG, I LOVE cake balls! I'm sorry, I enjoyed the rest of the post, too, but I was kind of distracted by the cake balls! Ha! Your clients are so lucky, they get cake balls and gorgeous decor! I wish I still lived in Dallas so I could come, because I would definitely be there! XO!

  4. I have no idea what a cake ball is...but from that photo, I would not mind finding out one bit! This was quite the post between all the goodies and the fabrics, I almost tried to climb through the monitor.

  5. I am smitten by your cake balls. I will have to try to replicate. They look fabulous!

  6. They look like the peanut butter balls I use to make. And Kravet is awesome too......

  7. Hi: I'm new to your blog: saw your comment on Tammy In Stitches.
    Love that Kravet video: oh the colors are great.
    I'm not an interior designer, but started out actually designing fabrics and now rep artists for licensing. HOpe you will visit my blog: color is my thing!


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