Anxious clients keeping you up at night? Kravet now offers hundreds of quick ship upholstery and rug solutions

Anxious clients keeping you up at night? Kravet now offers hundreds of quick ship upholstery and rug solutions

Kravet just launched a quick ship program that should make designers happy.

WOODBURY, N.Y. — Kravet Inc., a home furnishings company that provides fabrics, furniture, wallcoverings, trim, carpets and accessories to the trade, announced its new quick ship program. The company is now offering a large selection of seating frames, fabrics and area rugs available within eight weeks.

Quick ship seating includes 22 different sofa frames, 12 sectionals offerings and 10 sleeper sofa frames. There are 29 quick-ship chair options and a variety of barstools, beds, benches and ottomans to complete the program.

Fabrics include more than 100 upholstery options including top performance fabrics from InsideOut and Crypton Home, according to Kravet.

There are 500 quick-ship rugs available in a variety of fibers, including wool and indoor-outdoor rugs. The rugs are created from broadloom that can be cut to size and finished with machine edging for the quick-ship option.

In addition, the company has revamped its website to enable designers to search the site for individual furniture options based on individual lead times. Kravet is offering the solution to keep projects on time and clients happy, according to the company website.

Founded in 1918, Kravet’s product line includes Kravet, Lee Jofa, GP J Baker, Brunschwig & Fils and Donghia.

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Jean Marie Layton is senior editor for upholstery at Furniture Today. A design and furniture aficionado, she has worked as a writer/editor in industry and non-profits, in academic administration and in retail furniture sales. She pursued a master’s degree in the history of design at Parsons/Cooper-Hewitt and has a BA in history from Mount Holyoke College and an MA in liberal arts from Stanford University. Reach out to Jean Marie with your story ideas, tips and more at jlayton@furnituretoday.com