Robert Allen, Duralee and Beacon Hill are now one new company. Moving forward with new patterns.
For over 80 years, Robert Allen and Duralee have been leaders in design excellence, serving the interior design and hospitality communities. Founded in 1938, Robert Allen made our mark on the industry by pioneering the distribution of fabric books and being among the first to emphasize color as a key tenet of interior design. Robert Allen’s Color Library has been a game-changer in the way the industry organizes and views fabrics by emphasizing the importance of color holistically.
Duralee fabrics launched in 1952 with an eye on value-driven ingenuity and cutting-edge products. With an alignment to budding and established designers, Duralee created licensed collections, quickly becoming known as one of the industry’s most exciting fabric and furniture brands.
Their obsession with color can only be rivaled by their dedication to delivering quality fabrics with relevant yet timeless appeal. Their designs are influenced by the worlds of fashion, design, architecture and even pop culture. The breadth of their creativity is boundless in both pattern and innovative fabric construction.
In 2017, Robert Allen and Duralee merged their individual legacies by combining strength and innovation of the past into an unprecedented future. A powerhouse was born, standing as one of the largest companies in the industry. Now under new ownership, a thread runs through both brands that passes the test of time: they are dedicated to creating inspirational designs and are committed to the highest quality fabrics and furniture. RAD Group brands: Beacon Hill, Duralee, Highland Court & Robert Allen
New Wallpaper Collections:
Now also offering wallpaper: these exquisite and sophisticated collections, with their own unique tastes, offer exciting wallcoverings laden with traditional and contemporary patterns and prints.
Available to order now by email or telephone. Coming soon to our websites!
This collection celebrates the decorative arts with a collection of wallcoverings energized by Victorian art, textiles, and architecture. Moody settings are created with rich colors of deep purples, sophisticated maroons, and stunning blacks.
Blends versatile French florals and elegant damasks with modern textural elements, giving new life to classic patterns. The variations of styles are not limited to pattern, but also expand to metallic inks and subtle textures of non-woven papers.
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