Since its inception in 1986, KAF Home has offered kitchen and tabletop linens with the quality you want, at the value you demand. We start with superior materials, and then we incorporate both classic and modern design to help connect the dots between fun and function. Our goal is to provide you with the product you want, at the value you demand, to personalize your own kitchen, dining, and home experience. KAF Home and Ayesha Curry are passionate about designing colorful, fresh textiles for the kitchen. Ayesha puts family first, and it shows in the her new towel and apron collections. Chic everyday styles feature colors pulled from Ayesha’s life - her signature aqua blue, oxblood for today’s kitchen, and a fun twist on classic denim. KAF Home is a proud partner with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. We strive to interpret the iconic architect’s designs onto elegant home textile products that will complement today’s home. Wright’s buildings, drawings and design work have received recognition beyond the architectural community, and have become a timeless part of American culture. The Foundation approached KAF Home with a desire to translate Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs onto textiles for the home - focusing on scale, arrangements, materials and color. The initial line exhibits a unique play on Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs for decorative pillows and tabletop linens, with additional offerings in kitchen textiles KAF Home is thrilled to partner with Christopher Kimball and his Milk Street brand. The companies are introducing high-quality kitchen and home textiles that highlight Christopher Kimball’s signature knack for combining simplicity with function, in a way that feels familiar and comfortable. This collaboration on design starts and ends with what a product should be, and nothing more - the perfect weight apron with the right coverage, flour sacks that absorb, and terry oven mitts that fit just right. Christopher Kimball’s culinary experience spans over 35 years and has focused on how to make exceptional food with simple methods and best in class materials.