Richloom Fabrics Group is please to announce the sale of a portion of its Richloom Home Fashions Division to Keeco Home.  Keeco will assume the responsibility of selling most of the retail accounts that Richloom’s Home Fashions Division previously serviced.  Richloom’s Home Fashions Division will retain certain retail accounts as well as its growing R-BED/Hospitality brand.

The deal which was signed last week will give Richloom much needed space at its Clinton distribution center to accommodate its growing fabric business.  Richloom has seen steady growth in its fabric divisions over the past 18 months and this transaction will give Richloom the ability to reinvest and modernize.


Richloom Tough Giveaway

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America's Last Fabric Factories

Back in the 1950's we started as a small textile manufacturer out of the United States. Over the years, our company has grown and most of our production has been outsourced through China and India. That being said we have a lot of respect for the local mills that are still operating here in the states. We stumbled upon a cool article documenting a few of the textile mills still operating out of the North East. Christopher Payne's photographs really help tell the story as well. Click the link below to check out the article!

"Unexpected Beauty Hiding inside America’s Last Fabric Factories"