Scalamandré

fabricgallerywebsite001017Scalamandré.  A leader in the manufacture of fine fabric, wallcovering and trim, more than 1,000 historical restorations bear his name, among them: The White House, the U.S. Capitol, Mt. Vernon, the Morgan Library, the Wrightsman Galleries at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Isabelle, Stewart Gardner Museum, and the Mansions of Newport.

Scalamandre dominated Clinton's Oval Office through curtains, rug and upholstery, available in Fabric Gallery miami; Scalamandré wall coverings were chosen by the Clinton's for their private second floorkitchen.

scalamandre-fabric-in-miami-1Throughout its history and to this day, Scalamandré has been called upon by many of America’s most extraordinary properties. Historic restoration and cultural commissions number well over a thousand. Among these are The White House, the United States Capitol, United States Treasury, Monticello, Mount Vernon, Colonial Williamsburg, The Morgan Library, Wrightsman Galleries at Metropolitan Museum of Art, Isabelle Stewart Gardner Museum, Winterthur, the Mansions of Newport, Radio City Music Hall, and the Metropolitan Opera House. Additionally, Scalamandré remains the preeminent resource for America’s leading designers and decorators for their most distinguished custom textile, wallpaper and trimmings projects.

Scalamandré has nine of its own to-the-trade showrooms in major metropolitan locations, including its flagship New York location. In addition, its products are distributed around the world, through sales representatives and agent showrooms in the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia and Australia, “ been Fabric Gallery the one in Miami”

As a legendary American luxury brand, Scalamandré’s mission is to inspire interior designers with beautiful decorative textiles, wallcoverings, trimmings and furniture of the highest quality

Scalamandré was used for the Cabinet Room curtains for G.W. Bush
Scalamandré was used for the Cabinet Room curtains for G.W. Bush

 

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