KRAVET RESOURCE CENTER
The Kravet Resource Center is a unique industry tool available to current DI students. Students may browse current sample books of Kravet and Lee Jofa fabrics, trimmings and wall coverings in the DI Library. They may order free memo samples and find more information about these materials online.
PLEASE REMEMBER THAT THE SAMPLE BOOKS ARE FOR REFERENCE ONLY — NO CUTTING!
Accessing Kravet information online
DI students can request a student account for eDesignTrade, Kravet’s website for design professionals. On eDesignTrade, students can find complete information about each fabric, including the cost and environmental features, print full-color “swatches” to use in reports, and order free memo samples to use in projects.
Forgot your password?
If you forget your eDesignTrade password, please contact the DI Library.
Ordering memo samples
You may order up to 10 free memo samples at a time. Download the Kravet Material Request Form from the P (Public) drive. It is a fillable PDF form. Enter your name and address, and the pattern and color numbers of the materials you want to order.
Save the completed form to the Desktop, your Z drive, or another location of your choosing (you will not be able to save it to the Public drive).
NOTE: If you are unable to save the completed form, choose File > Print and select Adobe PDF as the printer. In the Save PDF File As dialog box, save the form to the Desktop, your Z drive, or another location of your choosing.
Email the completed form as an attachment to the Kravet email address listed at the bottom of the form.
Most samples arrive in 7-10 days, but there is no guaranteed delivery date. You can check online to ensure that memo samples are available before ordering them.
Click here for instructions on using eDesignTrade, including information about searching for fabrics and furniture, finding out whether memo samples are available, and printing paper "swatches".
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