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October 6, 2017 AT 12:30 pm

Pollack Fabrics @mfgday #MFGDay17

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From PollackAssociates.com:

In June 1988, founders Mark Pollack, Rick Sullivan and Susan Sullivan, all alumni of Jack Lenor Larsen, launched their new venture – POLLACK & ASSOCIATES – with a memorable collection of 22 textile designs targeted to the high-end contract interiors market. Since then, the line has flourished and expanded into the residential and hospitality markets, as a more decorative aesthetic was combined with the company’s solid technical foundation. Today, the wide ranging collection is celebrated for fabrics that easily cross the lines of these individual segments, fabrics marked by sophisticated design, intricate construction, nuanced color palettes and timeless elegance…

…The company merged operations with Weitzner Limited, a highly regarded wallcovering company known for its innovative designs in 2011. With a worldwide following, POLLACK continues as a privately held boutique company and currently employs approximately 70 people in its New York City headquarters and showroom and its Jersey City, NJ warehouse.

Read more and don’t miss the video above from POLLACK fabrics on YouTube.


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