living room with tan chairs and lots of lights

Discover This Textile Showroom Brimming With Artisan Fabrics

In February, New York textile and wallpaper brand Zak+Fox opened a showroom as sumptuous as its artisan-made fabrics. At 6,000 square feet, the Park Avenue South penthouse is double the size of Zak+Fox’s previous space, reflecting the growth of the 12-year-old company. Founder and creative director Zak Profera conceived it as an immersive design experience, with antique furniture and custom oak cases displaying his extensive collections. The latest is Harvest, 22 fabrics (each available in multiple colorways) that honor historical crafts and take cues from nature. Among them are wispy Aurora and handprinted Mi, both linen-cotton blends suitable for curtains and moderate- wear upholstery, and floret-inspired Brassica, a heavy cotton upholstery. At the showroom, which is trade only, visitors can also check out the company’s new product line: elegant handmade rugs.

living room with tan chairs and lots of lights
The Zak+Fox showroom.
Portrait of Zak Profera
Zak Profera. Photography by Lisa Kato.
two drapes blowing in the wind
bunch of pumpkin looking hairs
multiple assortment of items on a long wooden table

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