Archive for the ‘nyc’ Category

Caroline Z Hurley Fabric by the Yard

Friday, September 30th, 2016

We are always on the lookout for talented new designers to add to our gang off misfits, and last year we were introduced to the fun and colorful world of Caroline Z Hurley. Her first collection, utilizing bold simplicity and fluorescent hues, was so different than anything else we had in the showroom. Everyone was so in love with her thoughtful, yet paired down geometrics.

With this new collection, she continues to push the envelope while staying true to her signature style. The lively colors, geometric repeats and beautiful ground fabrics have us all giddy.

We are getting our hands on samples shortly, so definitely stay tuned.


from @carozucchero


Natural Moon Large Print


Indigo Moon Print Detail


Bob Dylan Print


Square Play Large Print


from @carozucchero


Stop by the showroom to see these beauties in person!

Eddie Ross Modern Mix + Studio Four NYC

Tuesday, November 17th, 2015


Studio Four NYC Instagram + Lonny

Wednesday, October 28th, 2015


Check out Kate on Lonny’s Instagram Stories. See what inspires her posts and where the textile obsession began!

“I love the people that I work with daily. There’s always something new to see and appreciate. It’s never boring.”

Follow us on Instagram to see what’s new in the showroom, interiors by our favorite designers, as well as fun family photos of Kate and the boys.


Studio Four NYC + Rue Magazine

Monday, October 12th, 2015

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Rue Magazine stopped by for a visit recently, and published a gracious little article about our retail friendly shopping experience. Not a designer? That’s okay! You still have access to our designer fabric, wallpaper, and rug collections.


Rug by Eskayel, Pillows by Clare Frost and Boeme; call or stop by for trade pricing and samples



Custom handwoven prisms, available for purchase

Fabric Friday + Abigail Borg

Friday, October 2nd, 2015

This Friday, #fabricfriday and #wallpaperwednesday worlds collide with a gorgeous installation of Abigail Borg’s Hello Yarrow fabric on the dressing room walls of fashion designer Giovanna Randall. Fawn Galli did an amazing job creating a “dream garden” dressing room, fit for the ultra feminine designer.


Maya Hayuk

Tuesday, May 20th, 2014

A few weeks back I talked about custom coloring some alpaca samples and how we were inspired by Josef and Anni Albers.

Well, color is still on my brain, and now I am really loving the work of Maya Huyuk. I was particularly fascinated by her mural at Bowery and Houston.   

Here are some of my other favorites from her portfolio…

A mural in process

ALICE GALLERY, 2013 paint on wall 12 x 20

BONFIRE #2, 2012 acrylic on canvas 48 x 48

REMAIN IN LIGHT #4 2013 acrylic and flashe on canvas 48 x 72

SEXY HAMBURGER #2, 2009, acrylic on canvas 12X16

KITES, 2008

HOUSEBOAT 2013 acrylic on panel 14 x 14


Flo is Famous (in Australia)

Wednesday, July 17th, 2013

If any of you follow the Studio Four Instagram account you may have seen that I am vacationing with family down in South Carolina this week. So my apologies for the heavy photo content of my two year old son on the beach and the lack of textile photos! I promise I will be back in the showroom on Monday and I’ve heard some really great things have arrived in my absence, so stay tuned…

But for now I am getting a chance to sit back and enjoy the little things that can really recharge you… like relaxing on the beach and staring at the ocean or actually taking time to sip my coffee while my in-laws entertain my crazy son, instead of gulping it down in the morning rush.

While pleasantly sipping my delicious coffee this morning, I also finally had the time to catch up on some of my favorite design magazines. One of them is April’s Australian Vogue Living (YES- I really am that far behind!!). I was very excited to see an article on what is now being called NYC’s NoMad area. The NoMad neighborhood extends north from 23rd Street to 30th Street, and between Avenue of the Americas and Lexington Avenue. About 10 years ago this area was a little lacking in city hot spots and sites, but today it is one of my favorite NYC neighborhoods to roam around. Madison Square Park is unbeatable in summertime and there is all sorts of delicious food to be found (Eataly, The John Dory Oyster Bar, Number 7 Sub, Eleven Madison Park, and the list goes on…).

But the best part of this article was Flo! Yes, our very own Florence the Frenchie had a 1/4 page feature in Australian Vogue Living and we had no idea. Flo is a daily visitor to the Madison Square Park dog run, and apparently the Australian Vogue photographer thought she was model worthy. So if you happen to be as behind in life as I am and reading the April Issue of Australian Vogue Living, be sure to check out our dear Florence on page 37!!

Here are some quick pics from the article…

The library of the NoMad Hotel on Broadway and 28th Street

The library of the NoMad Hotel on Broadway and 28th Street

page 36 & 37 of Australian Vogue Living

page 36 & 37 of Australian Vogue Living

Flo looking sporty (do not be deceived she spends 80% of her day lounging in the showroom- tough life)

Flo looking sporty (do not be deceived she spends 80% of her day lounging in the showroom- tough life)

And here’s a little glimpse of vacation in SC… I plan to come back a calm and relaxed lady!

South Carolina beaches- some of my favorite!

South Carolina beaches- some of my favorite!

goof ball

goof ball son