Innovation and design are at the heart of what we do at Crypton—and we want to share our insights to help you create without limits. Read our latest blog posts and discover where design perfection and the real world intersect.
The new incarnations of velvet are far from classic and perfect for interiors from hospitality and retail to residential interior design. Crypton’s spill-repellent, stain and odor resistant velvet looks are trending throughout the design world. Find out why and where to find them.Continue reading →
The difference between that starter rental apartment white and designer white is surprisingly huge. Case in point, when interior designer Patrick Hamilton was asked to “refresh” this sophisticated, sky-high Manhattan apartment, he kept the emphasis on fresh.Continue reading →
For designers looking to add good vibes to any project, the Karma Collection may be just the thing to add lively or calm energy to a space, depending on the design vision. Karma’s whimsical colorations work in perfect harmony with one another, with warm complementing cool.Continue reading →
We’ve noticed something happening in the contract textile world that is delightful and exciting. Fabric designers are drawing from the deepest parts of what makes us human to create designs that are destined to last and feel fresh as long as the fabrics themselves.Continue reading →
New from the Arc-Com Design Studio, the award-winning Foundation Collection featuring INCASE Crypton Technology is an example of the kinds of thoughtful, conceptual performance textiles we’re seeing for 2018. We’re calling the trend “full circle architecture,” where concepts from historical architecture are transformed into fabric that in turn get installed inside new architecture. […]Continue reading →
In the groundbreaking book, Textile Technology and Design: From Interior Space to Outer Space, contributing essayist Alexa Griffith Winton explores the evolving role of textiles as “an interstitial interface” in the context of contemporary design practice “in which advanced computational and fabrication technologies combine to create textiles capable of both reacting to their surrounding environs and responding to their inhabitants.”Continue reading →