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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 – I 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. I 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-establishe 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 I 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.

About Kathy

learn more about kathyKathy LaMontagne began her work in the San Francisco Bay Area after she graduated from Stanford University. She later moved to Eugene and opened KJL Interior Design in 1991. She has always been passionate about interior design and is honored to create spaces that are exciting, innovative and practical.