Fameed Khalique - an unmatched resource to wow clients on commercial, residential, hospitality and marine projects.
The Fameed Khalique Collection
Our celebrated collection of innovative materials, drawn from around the globe, offers designers an unmatched resource to wow clients on commercial, residential, hospitality and marine projects.
Our sourcing service will seek out the materials you need but can’t find. Whether budget, time or finding exactly what you need is the challenge, our team will work tirelessly to source or create a solution for your project.
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Suzanne Kasler is inspired.
As the principal of Atlanta-based Suzanne Kasler Interiors, she often asserts that “a room should be collected, not decorated.” Incorporating the personal collections of her clients with fine art and antiques, contemporary pieces and custom-designed furniture, Suzanne’s meaningful interiors straddle that rare middle ground between sophisticate and ingénue. As a graduate of the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Art, Architecture and Planning, Suzanne brings a comprehensive knowledge of interior architecture and decorative arts to her design work.
Suzanne’s classic interiors have been featured in Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, House Beautiful, House & Garden, Southern Accents, Traditional Home and Veranda. Her widely published work has won numerous awards, placing Suzanne among the elite of America’s top designers. In the fall of 2009, Rizzoli published Suzanne’s first book, Inspired Interiors, featuring her “deft use of couture-like detailing, a keen sense of sublime color selections, and an aesthetic that seamlessly bridges American and European sensibilities.”
In 2008, Suzanne launched a line of furniture for Hickory Chair, along with a collection of lighting for Visual Comfort. Her signature style of casual elegance has since been interpreted into a line of rugs with Safavieh, fine art with Soicher-Marin, accessories with Ballard Designs and debuting spring 2011, a fabric line with Lee Jofa.
Although her brand has expanded exponentially over the last few years, Suzanne remains true to her passion for designing interiors: “Being able to work as a designer is a gift, an amazing opportunity to connect to people and design spaces that inspire them.”
Two and a half centuries of textile expertise has shaped this exclusive brand.
Lee Jofa can trace its history back to the early 19th century with the partnership of Johnson and Faulkner (shortened to Jofa fabric) importing fine decorative fabrics to the US including many famous designs that remain with the company today.
With its acquisition in 1965 by Arthur H Lee & Sons, famous for ground breaking weaving techniques, an alliance was formed producing fabrics considered to be some of the most luxurious in the world.
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Osborne & Little is one of the world’s leading names in fabric and wallpaper design. Cherishing its reputation for innovation and quality, it has grown into one of the great British brands, globally renowned and respected.
Started in the London of the Swinging Sixties, Osborne & Little’s very first award-winning collection of exciting hand-printed wallpaper broadened design horizons and brought instant success.
Since then it has developed into a dynamic international company. Fundamental to the success is Osborne & Little’s imaginative approach, which explores diverse sources of inspiration to produce designs that embrace both classic and contemporary styles. For nearly half a century its distinctive and appealing designs, across printed fabrics, weaves and trimmings have been at the heart of interior trends. Many designs are now housed in museum collections such as the Victoria & Albert in London, the Cooper Hewitt in New York and the Chicago Institute of Art.
Osborne & Little cherishes its reputation for innovation and quality and is as inspired and energetic today as ever, creating a constant stream of new collections that push forward boundaries.
Osborne & Little is proud to be the distributor of two distinguished brands; the furnishing collections of internationally celebrated interior designer NINA CAMPBELL, and the British fashion designer, MATTHEW WILLIAMSON. Nina Campbell has been working with O&L since 1989, and Matthew Williamson since 2013. Together with Osborne & Little, they make a formidable partnership.
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Dare to be bold, innovate, and act as explorers in the field of furnishing fabrics and wallcoverings, known to be more traditional until now, this is our philosophy. Design very contemporary products and always have an edge on the latest techniques, this could be our motto. Our in-house design department, a hive of activity like that of an experimental laboratory, traces the lines of research, diversity and innovative mixtures. The proposals, always surprising, create an event at every international exhibition.
We are already celebrating our 25th anniversary. A good age to continue with our credo: search relentlessly for new materials and textures and invent an emotional, visual and tactile language. In this laboratory of ideas, time is not meant to pass quickly, but to go with the flow of innovation. Present in over 100 countries, from the United Kingdom to Australia passing through Argentina and Russia, our fabrics, wallpapers and wall coverings travel through private residences, hotels, restaurants...
Small is beautiful
A dynamic and passionate team built around an in-house and design department ensures Elitis' modern and innovative personality.
Auteur & Éditeur
Fascinated by the beauty of the Greek islands, the sun, the blue sea and sky, Patrice Marraud des Grottes is also fascinated by words. Each season, his names the products of his collections himself: "Desperately seeking mermaid," "Satisfy your desires," "Goosebumps," "Night blue" ... Browsing a collection is like setting off on a poetic journey. The words "Author" and "Editor" which sign our creations take on their full meaning.
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Casalis designs and produces contemporary interior applications based on textiles, for private dwellings as well as for public spaces. Carpets, objects and acoustic panels which are functional as well as artistic meet the very highest standards.
CURIOSITY, RESPECT AND INNOVATION/RENEWAL are key.
Curiosity for our customers' wishes and needs and for the innovative ideas our designers come up with. Respect for good and innovative design which offers designers the opportunity to develop themselves and us the opportunity to surprise and delight. Respect for the traditional human crafts and skills and curiosity after technological developments and the most modern production techniques.
Respect for Nature and the diversity of raw materials which this world provides us with: we make products with a long life span and with a timeless design.
Casalis stands for curiosity, respect and innovation.
A deliberate choice.
The Beiras carpets combine the centuries-old art of handknotting from the Beiras region of Portugal with modern materials, colours and patterns.
Purely traditional and disarmingly honest. Made using wool from sheep in the Himalayan mountains. Everything is done by hand: from the shearing of the sheep and the carding of the wool, the dyeing of the fibres and the spinning of the yarn up to the final knotting of the carpet.
Manual tufting forms an efficient alternative to manual knotting. With the help of a handgun, the tufter shoots the yarn with a great deal of skill polar line by polar line until a carpet is formed. Due to its enormous flexibility, the technique allows for the production of true works of art.
Weaving Pello Weave
Pello Weave is the ultimate in modern craftsmanship and strikes the perfect balance between modern and traditional.
The natural wealth of the wool from Tibetan sheep in the Himalayan mountains is carefully spun into knottable carpet yarn while respecting and maintaining the character according to an ancient tradition.
For plain colour carpets or easy designs, a robot can replace the manual work of the handtufters, increasing the uniformity of the pile density and also allowing for new techniques (3D shapes).
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A German company's development of high-output LED lighting built into fabrics offers property designers everywhere some unique possibilities.
No longer do you have to be restricted by the traditional separation of lighting and textile coverings. CARPETLIGHT's technology offers the possibility to create unique spaces with enhanced beauty and prolonged periods of interior brightness.
We love lighting at DESTIG and we also like the idea of replacing some stand-alone luminaries and pendants with a fusion that allows lighting to blend discreetly into the textiles that cover our walls, windows and floors.
Originally developed for professional usage in the film and photography industries, CARPETLIGHT has adapted it's technology to also suit the requirements of experimental Interior Designers seeking to maintain high levels of light while retaining the mood enhancing benefits of fabric coverings.
Some of the efforts we had previously seen on the market lacked both sophistication and performance, CARPETLIGHT'S product is both snazzy and clean and is powerful enough to light up very large rooms.
Used discerningly this technology offers a touch of glamour and can add that wow factor to your project. Imagine the face of your guests the first time you draw the curtains and hit that switch? - priceless!