Fabricut Inc. is a family-run and employee-owned company, devoted to creating a single source for fabrics, trimmings, decorative drapery hardware, finished window treatments, wallcoverings, furniture, rugs and more to the interior design trade. Established in 1954, Fabricut has grown into one of the largest, most progressive distributors of home furnishings in the world. We are proud to grow our legacy with three generations of family now working with Fabricut.
Headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma and positioned globally, we service both residential and hospitality segments of the interior design trade through an extensive showroom network, knowledgeable worldwide sales force, and renowned customer service.
Over our 68 year history, we have expanded our reach through our family of brands: Trend, Fabricut, Stroheim, Vervain, S. Harris, Clarence House, and Fabricut Contract. We are also distributing Etro, Decortex Firenze, Jean Monro, Liberty of London, and The Vale London. Our product lines are diverse, ranging from contemporary to traditional at price points that fit a variety of design budgets and needs, focused on quality.
As part of Fabricut’s commitment to providing the best quality products and services with ethical, sound business practices, we have partnered with Sustainable Tulsa to expand our efforts to be a leader in sustainable business practices. We operate on three core principles aligned with Sustainable Tulsa:
People: A safe, positive work environment for all Fabricut employees and partners through our employee programs including employee ownership, safety initiatives, employee appreciation activities, philanthropy, extracurricular events, and a family-oriented company culture.
Planet: Waste and energy reduction initiatives introduced by our operations team, including a recycling program, efficient production processes, and discovering new ways Fabricut can continue to reduce its environmental footprint through our participation in Sustainable Tulsa.
Profit: Fostering business practices focused on maintaining a healthy financial status through conservative spending and continued efforts by our employee-owners to find new ways to improve our financial efficiency.