The Distinctive Look of Pindler & Pindler

Pindler & Pindler had quite an introduction into the fabric industry. Founder Matthew Pindler started the business selling fabric out of his garage during the Second World War. Fabric was in high demand and the supply was limited, since most fabric produced was for the war effort. Soon after the war, Matthew was joined by his son Carl and they began to contract the big movie studios such as MGM, Twentieth Century, Columbia and Paramount and the rest, as they say, is history.

Today Pindler & Pindler has showrooms across the county and their collections are known for their elaborate designs. Their collections, Newport Mansions and Hearst Castle, are inspired by two prominent, philanthropic Americans– Doris Duke and William Randolph Hearst. Take a look at some of their collection below featured at DecoratorsBest.

Newport Mansions, inspired by socialite Doris Duke, is one of Pindler & Pindler’s most popular collections. Pindler and Pindler was granted access to Doris Duke’s extensive collection of unique treasures and was able to convey her classic style through this collection.

Duke’s interest in horticulture is reflected throughout the collection.

Pindler and Pindler's Guerlain - Ivory Fabric at DecoratorsBest

 

Pindler & Pindler's Kashmir - Espresso Fabric at DecoratorsBest

 

Pindler & Pindler's La Farge - Ciel Fabric at DecoratorsBest

The Hearst Castle Collection is another Pindler & Pindler collection inspired by America’s elite. Pindler & Pindler was given access to the archives of fine decorative arts collected by William Randolph Hearst.

Pindler & Pindler's Kundalini - Celeste Fabric at DecoratorsBest

 

Pindler & Pindler's Rigatino - Celeste Fabric at DecoratorsBest

 

Pindler & Pindler's Valore - Celeste Fabric at DecoratorsBest

Pindler & Pindler’s collections will have you living in the lap of luxury. To see more of their collections offered at DecoratorsBest visit us online at DecoratorsBest.com.

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