I recently had the pleasure of attending a Holiday Open House at Designers Only here in Kansas City. Steven Stolman, the president of Scalamandre was the featured guest, signing his new book, Scalamandre Haute Decor.
In his book, which was a year in the making, Mr. Stolman takes us through the history of Scalamandre. There is a multitude of founder Franco Scalamandre's correspondence saved in the company archives. It includes letters from the era's top designers and heads of major department stores.
|A table at Kansas City's "Dining by Design" to benefit DIFFA, Katy Sullivan uses Lenox Zebra China and shows a gallery of Scalamandre Fabric patterns.|
This fascinating book includes hundreds of images featuring Scalamandre's luxurious fabrics, wallcoverings, and trims that both Interior Designers and their clients crave for their interiors.
|The Hudson Valley estate of Architect and Interior Design Alison Spear. Her sofas are covered in "Falk Manor House" jacquard velvet.|
|Mario Buatta uses the Scalamandre iconic "Resist" print to perfection in this New Jersey living room.|
|Scalamandre designed numerous fabrics, wallcoverings, trims and even rugs for many rooms of importance in our Nation's White House, including the Kennedy Blue Room.|
|One of Scalamandre's most coveted Chinoiserie prints, "Shanghai".|
|Joye Adamson, the showroom manager of Designers Only, The source for Interior Designers.|
|Steven Stolman, President of Scalamandre divides his time between homes in Florida, New York, and Wisconsin.|
|Scalamandre "Zebra" Silk Scarf"|
Scalamandre has generously offered one of their "Zebra" silk scarves as a giveaway to my readers. Their website offers a varieties of accessories, from pillows and totes to pet beds and ottomans. This gorgeous silk scarf is valued at $200 and is a 36 inch square.
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