The history of Croscill is intertwined with the history of the Kahn family, who, in the years before World War II, ran a small curtain manufacturing shop in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, NY.
In 1946 when George Kahn started the Croscill Curtain Company, he began the legacy of redefining home fashion tradition with the introduction of the Croscilla window.
By the late 1960’s, Croscill expanded its touch to the bedroom. Croscill’s twist on the old convention turned the comforter from a necessary but lackluster item to a decorative centerpiece.
Throughout the 1970’s and 1980’s, Croscill was the first to recognize the synergistic effect of coordinated home fashion items. By 1988, the company offered coordinated pillows, table rounds, lamps, lampshades, wallpaper and wall border. Croscill continued to advance the concept of “total room coordination” by launching a line of bathroom accessories in 1993.
Croscill continues to redefine tradition and knows the key to outstanding value: “It’s in the Details.”
textiles, home fashion, home decor