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KRAVET INC.

WEBSTER & COMPANY

BRUNSCHWIG & FILS

Suite 300

Suite 242

Suite 300

Thom Filicia’s latest collection for Kravet takes a fresh approach to design, creating fabrics and furniture for how we live today. The collection has a relaxed yet refined point of view, inspired by a sense of light and optimism.

Fresh and utterly distinctive, Ferrick Mason textiles have been coveted by worldrenowned designers and their clients since they first débuted in 2008. Trained at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, Alex Mason created each of Ferrick Mason’s popular patterns and colorways by drawing straight from her work in the painting studio, and incorporating the instinct for color and love of naturally-inspired, organic forms that informs her canvases. The result is a handrendered fabric that is both delicate and bold, youthful and classic, with graphic, abstract repeats.

Classic, coordinate woven fabrics, designed with ease and purpose, are featured in Brunschwig & Fils’s new and exclusive Durance Collection. The collection is inspired by its namesake river valley in Provence, which was an important trade route through the Southeastern region and into the Rhone. Casual yet sophisticated ticking stripes, plaids, and small-scale woven fabrics complete this essential assortment reflective of the bucolic countryside that inspired it.

The fabric collection, ALTITUDE, features printed linens, geometric velvets, and fresh embroideries, all in keeping with Filicia’s signature aesthetic. The collection blends classic forms with unique textures, patterns, and colors to create Filicia’s distinct perspective: chic design that’s both accessible and exceptional. ALTITUDE builds on Filicia’s past collections, expanding color lines and introducing an exciting new range of styles. “This collection is a response to a need I saw in the market for furniture and fabrics that are sophisticated yet subtle, clean yet classic, and elegant yet earthy,” Filicia said.

ID Boston Vol. 10  

The magazine of Boston Design Center.

ID Boston Vol. 10  

The magazine of Boston Design Center.