Inlays are a great way to add a splash of color or add some interest to the composition of your portfolio or box cover. They are particularly effective when used in conjunction with foil stamping and embossing.

Inlays can be made using any of the book cloths, can be any size and placed anywhere on the cover, along the top, bottom or foredge of the portfolio or box cover. They can also be placed along the spine edge of exposed or hidden screw post portfolios, on the spine or wrapping around the spine of a coffee table style book.
Inlays can also be long and skinny, tall and wide, rounded, squared or oblique. You may also choose to have multiple inlays on your book. Our clients often choose inlays that contrast or complement the cover color and/or match the inner liners and pockets.
If you have a question about adding an inlay to your portfolio please call or email kristin@kdbooks.com
2 Rounded Pink Inlays with White Foil Stamping on photographer’s portfolio 
Hidden Screwpost Portfolio with Spine-edge Inlay
Oblique Orange Inlay to match slipcase
Sharp white foil stamped logo on slate inlay to complement a Metallic cover
Top aligned Bright Yellow inlay to match inner liners 
Contrasting Inlay with Foil Stamping to Match the Cover Color on Landscape Architect’s Portfolio
This Red Inlay with a Bold Metallic Font really pops against the Black Cover on Photographer’s Portfolio
Bright Blue Inlay adds a Splash of Color to a Neutral Cover 
An Unexpected Flash of Ochre on a Set of Illustration Portfolios