Wrapped in designer fabric or wallpaper and constructed from sumptuous contrasting paper stock, Cabana Magazine is a biannual interiors and decorative journal glossy that feels like a precious object in itself.
Availability of this beautiful interiors magazine is wider than it once was, matched by an increased demand for copies. The majority of past issues have now sold out, so it's always a good idea to bag a copy of Cabana while you can.
Here's the publishers description for the latest issue, Cabana #20:
'Printed, bound and for the first time wrapped in silk, Cabana Magazine N20 marks a series of firsts, unveiling untold stories from our global team of contributors and collaborators. With six never-before-seen homes in New York, Milan, Belgium and Paris, two major travel portfolios in Malta and Gujarat, and the much-anticipated refurbishment of one of England’s most exalted addresses, this issue is full of first-look exclusives, which we are honored to share.
Design icon, Roberto Peregalli, trusted Cabana to reveal a deeply personal space in Milan. Elsewhere in the city, textile designer Idarica Gazzoni invited Cabana to reveal her spectacular new home, an elegant palace of pattern and texture. Remy Renzullo’s refurbishment of the private wing of Castle Howard, one of England’s greatest estates, famously the setting for the film, Brideshead Revisited, dazzles in photographs by Derry Moore. In New York, nonagenarian artist, Barbara Jakobson opened her red lacquered doors for the first time, revealing a life truly well lived and collected. In Belgium, fashion designer Edward Vermuelen’s striking house shows the impact of light, scale and restraint. Meanwhile, in Paris, the antique-filled apartment of Sotheby’s chairman, Mario Tavella, is a rare treat in every way. In Malta, through the eyes of Miguel Flores-Vianna, designer Suzanne Sharp revisits her childhood and explores the complexities of Maltese identity and history, finding the country’s resilience and charm alive and well in its ancient streets and behind closed doors.'
Issue 20 features five textile covers by Tiffany & Co.
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