Lori Weitzner earned a degree in Textiles Design from Syracuse University and has worked throughout the years for different international design firms. Her work is archived in different museums such as the Cooper Hewitt Museum in New York City, the Musee des Arts Decoratifs in Montreal, and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Lori draws inspiration from her travels around the world and is focused on designing products and packages for international brands like Calvin Klein, Dansk, and Estee Lauder. Mrs. Weitzner collaborates regularly with other renowned design brands such as Papyrus, Sahco, Samuel & Sons Passementerie, Rugs for Perennials, and West Ellm. At Inside Stores, we carry the complete collection of Weitzner fabric, wallpaper and furniture. Please contact us for pricing or product information. Request a quote.
After working for several years as Design Director for Jack Lenor Larsen, she created Weitzner Limited, a line of innovative wallcoverings and textiles that are available sold world-wide. Her collections of textiles and wallcoverings are featured under four distinct brands: Handmade, Indoor + Outdoor, Perform, and Smart.
*Weitzner Handmade strives to preserve and showcase artisanal production techniques so artisans around the world can continue producing unique items while protecting artisanal skills that have evolved through generations.
*Weitzner Indoor + Outdoor is committed to producing textiles that can endure the elements without sacrificing textures and color palettes.
*Weitzner Perform is a line of products that exceed industry standards of durability by incorporating special constructions and materials while maintaining the brand’s aesthetics.
*Weitzner Smart is the company’s branch that focuses not only on creating appealing and luxurious products, but also, through diverse technologies, create design solutions for clients.
Lori Weitzner launched her textile-infused accessory and jewelry collection in November 2018. Besides her career in design, she has also written a book titled “Ode to Color” in which she shares her unique perspectives on the uses and significance of color in design projects. In this book, she urges the reader to find inspiration in the world, in both natural and man-made environments.
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