About Us

Bill Corry’s love of fabric began when he worked part-time after high school in his aunt’s retail fabric store, before joining famed Fortuny Fabrics, where a love of good design and beautiful cloth was ignited. He continued his education in interior design and color theory at the New York School of Interior Design and went to work for other fabric and wallcovering companies (Thibaut, Manuscreens, Andre Matenciot) before cutting his own samples on his parents’ living room floor.

Corry Textiles have been used in both residential and commercial Saachi&Saachi Installationspaces, including installations for Harrison Ford, the offices of Saatchi & Saatchi, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the interiors of various Federated Department Stores. Designers and architects who specify Corry Textiles include John Saladino, Brian J. McCarthy, Robert A. M. Stern, Ron Wilson, Mark Epstein, Richard Mervis, Lois Mirviss, Dana Nicholson, James Lumsden, Noel Jeffrey, Ron Hefler, Walker Group-CNI, Jed Johnson Associates and Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz.Bill Corry by David Rodgers

Corry has worked in all materials (cotton, wool, linen, synthetic) and is especially drawn to silks and silk blends. He has been represented by as many as 14 showrooms at once, including ones in New York, Boston, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, Atlanta, Chicago, Seattle, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego and Honolulu. His fabrics have come from the United States and as far away as Italy, France, India, China, Japan, Korea, Australia and Myanmar. He is spearheading the use of sustainable material, both for textural and ecological reasons.