Textile Spotlight: Idarica Gazzoni

Julia Millay Walsh
08qual-idarica-custom7Any time an artist is designing the fabric on your furniture, you know your room is going to be fabulous. When Italian artist Idarica Gazzoni turned to textile design, launching her own line of printed fabrics three years ago, the world of interiors became a little more wonderful. Gazzoni named her fabric company Arjumand, after the empress in whose memory the Taj Mahal was erected. The royal was passionate about travel, an interest the designer shares. Her spirited fabrics, now available at Harbinger in LA, are the image of wanderlust, from the colors of southern China to the richly tiled palaces of Russia. It comes as no surprise Gazzoni's own home also has a great sense of culture and adventure. T Magazine recently stepped into her family home, the first floor apartment of an 18th-century palace. As you can see, it's downright dreamy: head over to NYT for a deeper look.
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"Polygonium" "Pomegranate Warm"
Photographs: Giancarlo Rado Source: T Magazine

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