Exceptional drapery, from high traffic to residential.

KnollTextiles offers an extensive line of drapery, from sheers to room darkening in a range of modern solids, textures, and patterns to define space.

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Archival Drapery

As part of our rich tradition, we regularly reintroduce patterns from our archive. Our selection of Archival Drapery includes:

A winning design from a 1972 international student exhibition, Cyclone has a hand-woven quality that is light, refined and elegant.

Created by painter and industrial designer Ross Littell in 1958, Mira makes a strong graphic and color statement in a printed sheer drapery.

German designer Wolf Bauer created Nova in 1969, as part of a group of drapery fabrics that married organic patterns with classic modernism. For drapery use.

Designed by Suzanne Huguenin in 1963, Quartet is printed in repeats of four one-foot wide horizontal bands of color. For drapery use. Images and samples shown Railroaded. 

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About KnollTextiles

KnollTextiles, founded in 1947 by Florence Knoll, was the first company to address the fabric needs of the commercial interior. Today, KnollTextiles is one of the largest textile suppliers in North America, with products developed for healthcare, hospitality, educational, corporate, and residential interiors.

Under the creative direction of Dorothy Cosonas, KnollTextiles offers some of the most technically advanced materials in the industry, combining beauty and function in the Modernist tradition. KnollTextiles collaborates with cutting edge designers and artists in an exploration of new materials and constructions to produce a collection that is at once forward-thinking and easy-to-use.

KnollTextiles offers a collection of wallcovering, upholstery, drapery, and panel fabrics, as well as Imago™, that work seamlessly together, an approach we call the Integrated Interior™. Our products are designed to not only integrate with one another, but blend harmoniously into your environment, ensuring that they withstand the test of time and taste.