Kravet Management Praised With Several Moves to Report

June 21, 2021

Kravet Management Praised With Several Moves to Report

BETHPAGE, NY—Kravet management has been recognized as one of Deloitte's best-managed family companies in the USA. At the same time, Kravet has enjoyed one of its best years in 2021 as the home furnishings business continues to thrive in the post-pandemic world according to Cary Kravet, principal in a recent interview with F&FI. 

In other developments for Kravet, the largest fabric home furnishings jobber in the USA:
The company will move headquarters from Bethpage to Woodbury on or around September 1. The new facility is totally redesigned with the employees in mind in a 60,000 square foot showroom from what was 40,000 square feet.

In a Separate personnel move, Phillip Duncan has been promoted from Kravet’s Houston, Texas showroom manager to New York regional manager, working out of the Manhattan office.

Donghia, the brand recently acquired by Kravet will be rolled out to 17 of 34 Kravet showrooms. Donghia, along with all of the Kravet brands will be showcased in the new Woodbury facility,

Kravet has also created a scholarship fund to support disadvantaged youth to learn about being an interior designer in partnership with the New York School of Interior Design and Dr. Ellen Fisher, the school’s dean of academics.

In another move, Kravet sponsored and created a “big splash” in mid-May with the Kaleidoscope project. This involved the Clarke & Clarke Editeur brand and the  Shade Store in conjunction with Trendscope founder Patti Carpenter in the successful renovation and opening of the Cornell Inn in Lenox, Massachusetts.

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