Charles Templeton Crocker’s 1929 home in the Russian Hill section of San Francisco is considered one of the most important interiors of the period. That year Vogue magazine described the apartment as "perhaps the most beautiful in the world". The exquisite interior was designed by Jean Michel Frank and Templeton Crocker was one of his first American clients. Templeton Fabrics are inspired by Crocker’s life-long desire to work with the most sophisticated designers as well as his pursuit of the most beautiful objects in the world. Sourced from generation’s old hand-blocking houses in Southeast Asia to mills in the countryside of Scotland and Belgium, Templeton is a bold, modern approach to textiles created by the most talented master craftsmen in the world. They aim to keep 100% of the line in stock with 50–100 yards of all patterns on hand.