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Kravet Opens Expanded Showroom Next to New Corporate Headquarters

January 18, 2022


Kravet's Woodbury Showroom
Kravet's Woodbury Showroom

WOODBURY, NY — Kravet Inc. has opened a new showroom here alongside its new corporate headquarters.

The new showroom is triple the size of the previous Bethpage, NY space.

“My family and our team at Kravet are thrilled to be in our new state-of-the-art headquarters,” says Cary Kravet, President.

“While the square footage is substantially larger than where we were previously, the environment feels much warmer and more inviting. It is analogous to a new, well-designed, and decorated home. It just feels right,” he says.

The new construction was done with the company’s important focus in mind - sustainability - including the installation of solar panels and energy-efficient lighting. The Woodbury showroom includes fabric, wallcovering, furniture, trim, decor across Kravet, Lee Jofa, Brunschwig & Fils, GP & J Baker, Donghia, CuratedKravet, Kravet Contract, and all of the company’s distributed brands, such as Clarke & Clarke, Cole & Son, Blithfield, Winfield Thybony, and Metaphores. This showroom features a vast assortment of furniture across all levels of luxury, as well as carpet, wallcovering, and branded boutiques. Designers can work with their clients or the Kravet staff in private designer studios in the showroom, offering a professional and productive environment.

Intended to cater to a customer’s needs, the new showroom will include a Kravet Workspace, where fabrics are sorted by color for easy scheming. Customers can also use the showroom’s digital pegboard to easily browse products by scanning a barcode and seeing similar items that may be related to their search. Customers can also print out digital tear sheets for pricing and record keeping.

The Shade Store at Kravet is a new introduction to the Long Island market. It is a shop-in-shop where designers can create custom window treatments with a 10% discount when selecting a Kravet fabric.

Adjacent to this new showroom stands the Kravet archive, visible to designers through a glass divider where they can see Kravet product developers at work preserving the many documents stored. The archive is home to one of the largest collections of original documents in the interior design industry with more than 32,000 designs. The new state-of-the-art facility organizes its documents by design period, construction, and country of origin.

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