Vogue Window Fashion Debuts the Stroheim Fabric Collection - The Latest Addition to the NYC Based Firm's Award Winning Draperies & Curtain Lines

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Vogue Window Fashion, a firm synonymous with exquisite custom draperies and stunning custom curtains debuted the Stroheim fabric collection earlier this week at their New York City design office at the prestigious Chrysler Building at 405 Lexington Ave in Midtown Manhattan.

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Stroheim has always stayed ahead of the prevailing trends in designs and color, remaining traditional yet always up-to-date.

Vogue Window Fashion, a firm synonymous with exquisite custom draperies and stunning custom curtains debuted the Stroheim fabric collection earlier this week at their New York City design office at the prestigious Chrysler Building at 405 Lexington Ave in Midtown Manhattan.

For over 140 years, Stroheim has been a leading resource for exquisite, fine-quality fabrics, and trimmings for the most discerning clientele. Making itself a major landmark in the textile industry. Established in 1865 by Julius Stroheim and then purchased by textile mogul, Fabricut Inc. in 2010, Stroheim continues to boast an impressive longevity and is celebrated as one of the most respected fabric houses in the decorating and custom drapery and curtain world.

Stroheim has always stayed ahead of the prevailing trends in designs and color, remaining traditional yet always up-to-date. With a breathtaking range of fashion-forward fabrics, trimmings and wallcoverings, Stroheim's fabrics could enhance any drapery and is suitable for every lifestyle. Its classic designs – stripes, checks, plaids, damasks, florals, tapestries, brocades, chenilles and velvets – are continually refreshed to accommodate contemporary as well as traditional tastes are a perfect fit for stunning draperies and thus making the fit into Vogue Window Fashion's coveted fabric library a no-brainer for the New York City based custom drapery firm's exclusive fabric library.

Haily Lawrence, one of Vogue Window Fashion's most popular designer's mentions that "there is something so unique with Stroheim's work, really differentiating itself from most other peers in the decorating textile industry." "I've really wanted to design draperies and curtains with the fabric house's creation for quite a while, so I am so excited that we are finally carrying the stunning line," says Lawrence.

The fabrics will be featured in soft textile based window treatments like the firm's custom draperies including ripplefold drapes, pinch pleat drapes, grommet drapes, goblet draperies, rod pocket drapes, motorized drapes & more. While also being featured in Vogue Window Fashion's stunning Roman Shade array.

About Vogue Window Fashion

Situated in the glamorous Chrysler Building in New York City, Vogue Window Fashion has burst onto the window treatments and décor scene due in part, to its creative blending of eclectic design and fresh contemporary creations. Offering a range of stunning designs including contemporary draperies to royal’esque curtains up until modern window shades, the firm tries to have every window touch its fullest design potential. Vogue has designed numerous projects ranging from high-end residential and A-list celebrity clientele, to commercial and hospitality projects, to modest homes alike, with a mix of glamour, elegance and comfort that has become Vogue’s signature style.

Vogue Window Fashion

NYC Office:
405 Lexington Ave.
#26FL
New York, NY 10174
212-729-6271

New Jersey Office:

90 Washington Valley Road
Bedminster, NJ 07921
908-719-8928
VogueWindowFashion.com

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