Kate Taylor Collective


Our Story

Kate Taylor Collective is a curated group of brands and products that speak to what designers are currently looking for.  We carefully select the brands we represent with a designer’s eye, from textiles, to rugs, to furnishings. We strive to offer unparalleled service to the design trade, from product introduction through the entire selection, purchase, and delivery process. We believe strongly in the makers and products we represent, and cannot wait to share them with you.

Our brands

Loro Piana Interiors | KLS Textiles | Kesch Rugs | Sien + Co | Jennifer Shorto


Exclusive fabrics in cashmere, merino wool, cotton, silk and linen for decor and furnishing, supplied to architects, interior designers and discerning clients. Loro Piana offers unique resources for creating living spaces imbued with the same effortless elegance and personality its clothing is renowned for.


KLS Textiles is the brand of British designer and artist Kate Loudoun-Shand. Kate’s designs are balanced deftly between her strong sense of the contemporary and her love of textiles tradition. KLS design offers printed linen and performance fabrics that offer a twist on a traditional motif - stripes, botanicals, brush-marks.


Kesch Rugs beg to be touched. They combine traditional and unexpected fibers, variegated colors, and novel finishing techniques with precisely executed design. With our talented Afghan, Tibetan, ad Indian artisans, we create hand-knotted textures that elevate rugs from two-dimensioal floor coverings to fully designed objects.


Sien + Co offers a new collection of performance fabrics in partnership with Sunbrella®. Inspired by the imperfection of handcraft, this new collection is the thickest, most texturized Sunbrella fabric ever created.


Jennifer Shorto has a true passion for textiles and the people who make them. She has traveled around the globe befriending archaeologists, writers, and antique dealers in the effort to reach places less travelled and discover their treasures. Her first printed fabrics drew inspiration from an early 20th Century West African fabric she acquired. Today, each of her fabric and wallpaper collections continue to represent different cultures in an effort to keep certain patterns and their spirit alive.