Pollack New York Showroom
979 Third Avenue, 17th Floor
New York, NY 10022
150 Varick Street
New York, NY 10013
business hours M-F 9am-5pm EST
150 Varick Street
New York, NY 10013
Our seventeenth floor trade-only showroom in New York City's preeminent Decoration & Design Building – the D&D Building at 979 Third Avenue – provides a sophisticated venue for viewing our textile collection as well as the fine lines we represent. Sales associates can help you with any questions and will gladly process reserve, order or sample requests from members of the design community.
Designing beautiful fabrics that meet the exacting performance standards of the contract market has motivated Iris Wang, Brentano's founder, to create textiles that claim a wide following among both contract and residential designers. These patterns for upholstery and windows, inspired in many ways by Iris's Asian heritage, reflect a commitment to timeless designs and a painterly approach to color.
Cedric Hartman is renowned among the foremost designers of contemporary lighting and furnishings. His custom-made luminaires, several of which are in the permanent design collection of the Museum of Modern Art, employ metal components that are impeccably fabricated by hand. This design aesthetic extends also to his collection of tables, upholstered pieces and architectural fittings.
Because even the most perfectly designed spaces can have trouble rising above their own merit, discriminating architects and designers repeatedly turn to Joseph Noble to generate the missing warmth and vitality that a few well-placed, quality upholstery and drapery products can add. Joseph Noble provides the winning combination of style, performance and price in a sophisticated array of textiles and Technology Leather™ that are beautifully engineered for multiple applications.
Place Textiles offers a striking choice of versatile upholstery fabrics that emphasize quality and the integrity of the woven structure. This carefully calibrated palette of neutrals and colors is woven in a variety of fibers and textures that are easy to use and have timeless appeal. The Painted Desert patterns, in Place's Durable Luxury™ group, offer a stunning range of fabrics that are resistant to fading and staining while maintaining the look and feel of fabric.
Indian-born Seema Krish is known for her ‘modern traditional’ textile aesthetic - contemporary designs that are combined with traditional textile-making techniques. Living between the cultures of the East and West inspires her unique visual vocabulary and the distinctive artisanal textiles in her eponymous line. Founded in 2010, the company's mission is to enhance the lives of the users and producers of her products - simple, beautiful and luxurious textiles that are also environmentally and socially conscious.
Located in San Francisco since 1988, Surfaces by David Bonk specializes in custom hand painted wall coverings for the interior design trade. Used all over the world in private residences, department stores, and the finest resort hotels, the Surfaces line encompasses a wide array of patterns, from traditional to contemporary. Colors are both subtle and bold, with many of the designs utilizing metallic or pearl finishes, reminiscent of aggregate minerals or fine silks.
New! We welcome this new line of handmade fabrics, wallcoverings and rugs to our showroom! Lisa Peck, of Minneapolis based LiLu Interiors, explores the resist method of watercolor and dye in her designs - noted for their fluid lines, vivid patterns and complex color combinations.
Inspiration, artistry and innovation combine in Weitzner's award-winning wallcoverings. Developed through hand drawing, painting and sculpture, the patterns make use of unusual materials and cutting edge manufacturing techniques. A collaboration with worldwide partners - from hand weavers to state of the art mills - yields the uniquely beautiful fabric and paper wallcoverings in the Weitzner line.