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Lee Jofa

Lee Jofa is renowned for its luxurious textiles, which incorporate many styles from classic to contemporary. Founded in New York City in 1823, the company name formed through the partnership between founders Johnson and Faulkner. Lee Jofa gained notoriety for importing fine fabrics to the United States from England, and some of those original designs are still produced today. In 1965, the company was acquired by Arthur H. Lee & Sons, an innovator of modern weaving techniques. Today, Lee Jofa fabrics are distributed under esteemed brands such as GP & J Baker, Mulberry Home, Threads and Groundworks. Furnishings upholstered in Lee Jofa fabrics range from traditional, elegant pieces to those with a contemporary appearance. One example is the Royal Banquette sofa, which is covered with cream-colored Morecambe Bay Birch fabric. Another is the Robert Saddle Bench, a contemporary piece upholstered in Blush Kravet Lee Jofa fabric. Lee Jofa fabric styles include solid colors like the Gemma Velvet line and eye-catching prints like the multicolor geometric Cannes collection. Additionally, they design romantic florals such as Adelyn Handblock, which comes in several colors including rose, lilac, blue and celadon. There are also striped offerings from Lee Jofa, including the breezy St. Croix stripe — a cotton fabric that’s available in muted hues such as leaf, sky, beige and pink.