Interior Design Vendor List

KJL has established accounts with the following vendors. If you have questions about any of the vendors on our Interior Design Vendor List, contact us.

  • Kravet – We love this site. Over 500,000 beautiful fabrics. Wallpapers, furniture, some lighting and accessories.
  • Schumacher – Terrific fabrics, wallpapers and furniture in more formal, traditional styles. Medium to high-end pricing.
  • Old Biscayne – Limited range of styles. We use this line a lot for beds and their lovely drapery hardware. They also have wall units, home office furniture, storage cabinets, etc. Lower to medium range pricing.
  • Lee Jofa – Gorgeous high-end fabrics and wallpapers. Some of their collection includes historic fabrics in original colors from their archives.
  • Brunschwig & Fils – One of the older designer fabric houses. They also offer wallpapers and some furniture. In general, more traditional styles.
  • Fremarc – Classic, traditional styles. Some upholstery but they’re mostly known for their beautiful tables, dining chairs, occasional tables, etc. Medium to high pricing.
  • Stroheim & Romann – Beautiful line of medium to high-end wallpapers and fabrics. Elegant drapery hardware.
  • Clarence House – Simply gorgeous fabrics and wallpapers. An old, well-established fabric house with outstanding textures and patterns. Mostly high-end.
  • Harden – Traditional, hand-made in the old tradition. Mostly wood pieces – dining sets, beds, occasional tables. Higher end.
  • Sherrill Furniture – Fun, often unusual furniture – upholstered, tables, casegoods. Mostly traditional styles. Middle range pricing.
  • Swaim – Terrific, unusual, mostly contemporary upholstered and wood furniture. High end.
  • Hunter Douglas – This is the go-to line for all things to do with windows (other than drapes). Shutters, wood blinds, honeycomb shades, levelor metal blinds – the list goes on. All price ranges depending on your budget.
  • Robert Allen – Versatile line of fabrics. Contemporary to Traditional styles. Low to upper mid-range pricing. A great line. Check it out.
  • Century Furniture – Beautiful upholstered and wood pieces. Wonderful dining sets, dinettes, occasional tables, dressers, hutches etc. An extensive line that deserves attention. Contemporary, traditional and everything in between. Higher end pricing.
  • Marge Carson – Unique, original tables and casegoods. Lovely, mostly formal, upholstered furniture. The finishes in this line are fantastic. Higher end.
  • Fabricut – All fabrics (upholstery, drapery, bedding). Lower to medium pricing. I go here a lot for drapery selections.
  • Beacon Hill – High-end branch of Robert Allen. Take a look at their wonderful textures and patterns.
  • Bernhardt – Great for grouping entire sets of bedroom furniture, dining room furniture, etc. Nice upholstered furniture as well. Middle range pricing.
  • Ebanista – Tuscan inspired with rich textures and styles. Upholstery and casegoods. Higher end.
  • Contract Wallcoverings (Koroseal) – Medium priced, high quality, commercial grade wallpapers. This is where we go for the more edgy, contemporary (and retro) wallcovering styles.
  • American Leather – A moderately priced, terrific resource for both leather (as in bolts for reupholstering) and leather furniture. The best sleeper sofas on the market with a patented design.
  • Baker – Beautiful, classic furniture – casegoods, tables, upholstery – they have it all. Great styling and diversity. Higher end.
  • Emerson et Cie – Beautiful period pieces – mostly tables and casegoods. Middle to high end.
  • McGuire – The first name in wicker and pole rattan furniture. Terrific quality and style – higher end.
  • Circa Lighting – High end, high quality lighting of all styles – particularly good with their finishes.
  • Global Views – Fun accessories, mirrors, artwork, small tables, etc. Very reasonably priced.
  • Grange – European styled furniture – casegoods, upholstery, everything. Very hip, cutting edge. Higher end.
  • Henry Hall – Some of the most beautiful exterior furniture on the market. Fairly spendy though.
  • Jonathan Charles – This is a huge line of wood pieces (tables, casegoods, etc.), mirrors, art pieces (sculptures, paintings, etc.). Very diverse and very fun. Medium range pricing.
  • Leathercraft – Excellent grade leather and leather furniture. (I put this in my mother’s house, so I have a lot of confidence in the line). Medium range pricing.
  • Red River Trading – Accessories and artwork in a wide range of styles and prices. Great ethnic stuff!
  • Maya Romanoff – This company wrote the book on unusual, rare and beautiful wallcoverings (shells, veneers, glitz and pop). High end.
  • Z Gallerie – Fun, reasonably priced accessories and artwork. There are stores around too.
  • Vaughan – A nice, diverse line of lighting, furniture, accessories and textiles (fabric and rugs). Medium price range.
  • Elk Lighting – Good, solid quality and style with a lot of whimsy thrown in. This line has retro, classic (with a twist), crystal, nickel, bronze – a little something for everyone. Mid-range.
  • Schonbek – Gorgeous crystal lighting – traditional and contemporary. Medium to higher end.
  • James R. Moder – Fun, unusual crystal lighting of all types and styles. Medium pricing.
  • Sonneman – Contemporary, sleek lighting. Medium to high end.
  • Arroyo Craftsman & Framburg – Two lighting lines on one website. Arroyo Craftsman is as it sounds, very high quality Craftsman style hand-forged lighting. Higher end for what it is. Framburg is elegant and ranges in style from contemporary to classic. Higher end.
  • Hinkley Lighting – Well priced, inventive, contemporary light fixtures.
  • Hubbardton Forge – Beautiful, hand-forged lighting with some of the most wonderful finishes in the industry. Incorporates a more craftsman styling with natural elements – slate, wood, stone, etc.
  • Jessica Charles – Nice chairs, barstools, etc. Medium price range.