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Outdoor: Black, White, Bold + Bright

April showers promise more than May flowers. They tell us that summer days and nights spent outdoors are coming fast, which means the time to start planning your personal paradise is now. Just like we saw back in 2016, we’ve imagined outdoor spaces two ways: Bold + Bright and classic Black + White. Below we’ve provided furniture and fabric pieces from Tommy Bahama Outdoor, Gloster, Brown Jordan, Century Furniture, Manuel Canovas, Zinc Textile and Samuel and Sons.

Black + White

BLACK + WHITE

1. Palm Beach Lounge Chair, Century Furniture
2. Champleve – Black Ink, Kravet
3. Cabana Bar – Caviar, Robert Allen
4. Sway Lounge Chair, Gloster
5. Kantan Aluminum Vinyl Adjustable Chaise, Brown Jordan
6. Dansk Coffee Table Acrylic Stone, Gloster
7. Parkway Curvilinear Center Module, Brown Jordan

BOLD + BRIGHT

BOLD + BRIGHT

1. Lipari – Orange, Manuel Canovas
2. Loco Rainbow, Zinc Textile
3. Saisons Tassel Tieback, Samuel and Sons
4. Kantan Aluminum Suncloth Adjustable Chaise, Brown Jordan
5. Cypress Point Ocean Terrace, Tommy Bahama Outdoor
6. Aviano Chair, Tommy Bahama Outdoor
7. Elements Club Chair, Brown Jordan

At KDR Designer Showrooms, our mission is to deliver the world of interiors to the doorsteps of interior designers, architects and  homeowners. Keeping your standards and style in mind, we’ve carefully selected the finest design resources from our collection of lines ranging from renowned, iconic brands to small, artisan-run companies.
This post has been modified by Andrea Krumm, Marketing Assistant, to bring you the very latest and best in interior design resources. The article was published on May 31, 2016, and updated on June 7, 2019.
Andrea Krumm is marketing professional specializing in social media with a passion for home interiors and design.
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SPOTLIGHT: Chinoiserie

Popularized in 18th century Europe, Chinoiserie has amassed a rather ardent following of late, with entire Instagram accounts dedicated to this fantastical view of Chinese art and culture. Lovers of the look share a fondness for pagodas, trellis and exotic florals. And the mere mention of “blue and white” will most certainly elicit a smile, a social media “like,” even a heart emoji (blue of course).

If we’re speaking your style, a timeless one to be sure, read on. We’ve gathered 10 fabrics and wallcoverings to add to your arsenal of beloved Chinoiserie prints and patterns from our friends at Manuel Canovas, Cowtan & Tout, Clarke & Clarke, Travers, Bailey & Griffin and Phillip Jeffries. If fabric and wallcovering are not enough to satisfy, we’ve assembled a collection of furniture designs from Niermann Weeks, Hickory White, Kindel, Century and more that are sure to delight. Happy scrolling.

Chinoiserie Fabrics & Wallcoverings

ROW 1 Scene Chinois fabric, Bailey & Griffin | Misaki fabric, Maxwell Fabrics
ROW 2 Chinois Our Way wallcovering, Phillip Jeffries |  Flight wallcovering, Phillip Jeffries
ROW 3 Bhutan fabric, Clarke & Clarke | Jardin Bleu fabric, Manuel Canovas
ROW 4 Happy Dragons fabric, Travers  | Miao fabric, Manuel Canovas
ROW 5 Chilipepper fabric, Duralee | La Pagode Chine fabric, Cowtan & Tout

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Chinoiserie Furnishings

ROW 1 Rennes Chandelier, Niermann Weeks | Regency Card Table, Kindel
ROW 2 French Linen Side Chair, John Richard | Cranes in Flight screen, Theodore Alexander
ROW 3 Peacock Cabinet, Althorp Living History for Theodore Alexander | Dover Rectangular Ottoman, Century
ROW 4 Outdoor Royal Daybed with Canopy, Century | Arm Chair, Hickory White
ROW 5 Anji Cabinet, Theodore Alexander | Daphne’s Washed Oak Cupboard, Jonathan Charles

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Shop our favorite Chinoiserie finds from KDR Clearance Center

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Can’t get enough? 

Visit our Pinterest board for furniture, accessories, fabrics and wallcoverings in classic Chinoiserie style.

Chinoiserie Pinterest


At KDR Designer Showrooms, our mission is to deliver the world of interiors to the doorsteps of interior designers, architects and  homeowners. Keeping your standards and style in mind, we’ve carefully selected the finest design resources from our collection of lines ranging from renowned, iconic brands to small, artisan-run companies.
This post has been modified by Andrea Krumm, Marketing Assistant, to bring you the very latest and best in interior design resources. The article was published on March 20, 2016, and updated on May 29, 2019.
Andrea Krumm is marketing professional specializing in social media with a passion for home interiors and design.
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Digital Technology Meets Textiles & Wallcoverings

The fusion of technology and fashion-forward, painterly effects come together in collections from Romo’s Black Edition and Phillip Jeffries. The two lines are making their mark in this impressionistic style and doing so by way of innovative, digital printing. Their approach, which offers a modern take on traditional motifs, ranges from colorful contemporary designs, adorn opulent velvet’s, and sophisticated linens and weaves to patterns captured in bold, impulsive brushstrokes. As if emerging from a dream, the designs bring a sense of harmony and serenity to walls, upholstery and windows, in addition to a unique in-stock, ready-to-ship collection of cushions offered at a surprising price point.

Artistry meets innovation in Phillip Jeffries‘ Wildflowers collection. This collection captures landscapes of endless wildflowers and grassy meadows, as we find beauty in the prairie aesthetic. Etheral on Moon Glow Enchanted Woods can be seen above and Plum Fields on Lavender Bermuda Hemp below.

At Phillip Jeffries, digital design mixes old-world craftsmanship with new-world technology using their PJ MASH-UP Program. With PJ MASH-UP create your own one-of-a-kind design in 4 simple steps. With a low minimum and strike-off fee, custom has never been so accessible. Feel free to mash-up reliefs, prints, and digital/mural collections.

This season we’ve seen traditional and contemporary techniques intertwine from Black Edition Mizumi collection, featuring a collaboration with Japanese artist Katsutoshi Yuasa. Using digital images from his own camera, Yuasa creates intricate woodcut prints crafted with small carving tools. Once complete, he uses an entirely manual printing method to create his artwork.

Abstract stories and landscapes from Yuasa’s collection are re-imagined in a rich anthology of luxury fabrics seen below.

As mentioned above, Black Edition offers a unique collection of in-stock cushions featuring designs from Japanese artist, Yuasa. There are 27 designs in all, contact the showroom for pricing and ordering information.


At KDR Designer Showrooms, our mission is to deliver the world of interiors to the doorsteps of interior designers, architects and  homeowners. Keeping your standards and style in mind, we’ve carefully selected the finest design resources from our collection of lines ranging from renowned, iconic brands to small, artisan-run companies.
This post has been modified by Andrea Krumm, Marketing Assistant, to bring you the very latest and best in interior design resources. The article was published on October 29, 2015, and updated on May 12, 2019. 
Andrea Krumm is marketing professional specializing in social media with a passion for home interiors and design.
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Spring Market 2019 with Suzanne Kasler

Local design professionals and representatives from leading manufacturers of furniture, fabrics, wallcoverings and window coverings gathered at KDR Designer Showrooms for the semi-annual Spring Market events. In celebration of a successful market week, we’re sharing highlights from each showroom.

Scroll down to view photo galleries and the KDR Spring Market Passport Giveaway winners.

Spring Market & Suzanne Kasler Book Signing sponsored by Hickory Chair

ST. LOUIS  |  March 12, 2019

Kicking off the week in St. Louis, KDR welcomed renowned interior designer and author of Sophisticated Simplicity, Suzanne Kasler for a book signing event sponsored by Hickory Chair.

Spring Market & Suzanne Kasler Book Signing sponsored by Hickory Chair

KANSAS CITY  |  March 13, 2019

A second book signing event followed in Kansas City.

Suzanne Kasler, signs a copy of her latest book, Sophisticated Simplicity.

Spring Market and Hartmann&Forbes Debut

MINNEAPOLIS  |  March 14, 2019

The week closed with the debut of Hartmann&Forbes in Minneapolis with special guest, Dee Cornett, Diretor of Sales & Distribution. Dee shared an inspiring first look at the new Michael S Smith collection of window and wallcoverings by Hartmann&Forbes.


Abby Koller, Dee Cornett and Kevin Kenney

Catering provided by Lila Styled Buffet.


Spring Market Giveaway Winners

Congratulations to the Spring Market 2019 winners! The winners each receive a gift card valued at $400 to Nordstrom. Attendees can enter for a chance to win the grand prize gift in the KDR Spring Market Passport Giveaway. One winner per showroom location.

St. Louis showroom winner:
Jamie Reeves, Amy Studebaker Design

Kansas City showroom winner:
Brooke Chiaverini, Brooke Chiaverini

Minneapolis showroom winner:
Sara Brown, Sara M Brown Design


Save the Date – Fall Market 2019

St. Louis showroom  |  Tuesday, September 24, 2019
Kansas City showroom  |  Thursday, September 26, 2019
Minneapolis showroom  |  Thursday, September 26, 2019


Photography by Alise O’Brien Photography, Samantha Levi Photography and Rachel Hwang.

Thank you to all our manufacturing partners for participating in our Spring Market events; Century, Hancock & Moore, Jessica Charles, Taylor King, Maitland-Smith, Hickory Chair, Pearson, Hickory White, Lillian August, Sherrill, Hartmann&Forbes, Robert Allen Duralee Group, Romo, Comfortex, Paris Texas Hardware, The Finial Company, Select, Maxwell Fabrics and more.

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