Artisan Spotlight Live! with Peter Dunham

Artisan Spotlight Live! with Peter Dunham

Join us Wednesday, May 20 at Noon EST for our Artisan Spotlight on Instagram Live! with Peter Dunham of Peter Dunham Textiles. Interview by New York Textiles Manager Anderson Somerselle.

Artisan Spotlight Live! with Madeaux

Artisan Spotlight Live! with Madeaux

Join us Wednesday, May 6 at Noon EST for our first Instagram Live! with Richard Smith of Madeaux. Interview by Textiles Manager Anderson Somerselle.

Veranda May/June 2020

Veranda May/June 2020

In Veranda May/June issue featured the Gothic Bench from John Rosselli’s Furlow Folly’s Collection. The Gothic Bench is hand painted, upholstered Neogothic stool inspired by the exterior architecture of Furlow Gatewood’s Peacock House from the paint color to the decoration it is a classic and cool carpenter gothic piece

Message from John Rosselli

Message from John Rosselli

Dear Community,

I want to extend our sincere thoughts of health and safety to you and yours during these unsettling times. We are dedicated to being your trusted showroom and supporting your business while we all navigate these challenges together.  

Our showrooms continue to work remotely Monday – Friday. Please bear with us, as working remotely will be a challenge for us all, but one we can maneuver together. Please connect with one of our key team representatives below for assistance with personal shopping, sample requests, orders, and more.

New York Cottages & Gardens

New York Cottages & Gardens

In NY Cottages & Garden April issue Namay Samay’s Anaras is reproduction of a late 18th century French Indiennes textile fragment, we immediately fell in love with the vibrant tropicality of this design. Hand printed over 9/10 layers, our goal was to retain the lively and layered look of the original block print.

Furlow’s Folly

Furlow’s Folly

The New York home of Bunny Williams and John Rosselli is just about everything you’d expect. Filled to the brim with delightful treasures and expertly curated vignettes, the couple’s pad is a veritable feast for the senses. But like every project that the legendary decorator touches, it is less over-the-top grand than it is warm, welcoming, and positively home-like. (That is, if your vision of home includes a 1940s mirrored Serge Roche bed and a hand-painted mural by Bob Christian Decorative Art, among other enchantments.)

de Le Cuona

de Le Cuona

Prince of Wales – Inspired by the tailoring of Saville Row, Prince of Wales is a linen fabric suitable for upholstery that pairs a traditional gentlemen’s check with a fun, colourful stripe. Available in three colours: Grey, Cream and Tan.