Jun 152015
 

Architectural Digest June 2015 Cover

Anichini's La Collezione Turkish Bedding | Architectural Digest's Most Wanted for June

 

For Architectural Digest‘s Most Wanted List this June AD editors selected their must-have items, from simple pleasures to ultimate luxuries. We are pleased to be featured first on the list:

“An intricate take on Ottoman folk art, Anichini’s Turkish collection of bedding makes for chic summer slumbers. The Egyptian-cotton-percale linens are embroidered in Italy in an array of colors.” See more from the Most Wanted List here, see more of La Collezione Turkish bedding here.

All images via Architectural Digest.

May 062015
 

Anichini's Ara hand loomed silk curtain panels in a sitting room at this Southampton Summer House designed by Young Huh. Via Traditional Home

When Rose Caiola Musacchia set out to redecorate her family’s Hamptons home she sought a design which would pay tribute to the home’s traditional shingle-style architecture yet also be instilled with elements of exotica from their travels. To accomplish this she looked to New York designer Young Huh who is known for bringing a global perspective to her projects.

“Rose had a distinct vision inspired by her passion for Moroccan and Indian art and design,”says Huh, who enjoys nothing more than bringing reminders of her clients’ great cultural experiences into their homes. To merge the traditional with a global point of view, Huh chose Anichini’s hand loomed Ara silk for the curtain panels in the master bedroom’s sitting area (above). This simple, raw handwoven silk speaks to another time and place. She also chose Anichini’s Kyoto Merino wool throw in Beige/Ivory. Its modern design with traditional Japanese symbols adds a quiet harmony to the space.

The living room of a Southampton Beach House designed by Young Huh

To infuse the home with a more modern and ethnic flair, Huh removed the existing, traditionally beachy elements. The inset panels with palm trees that lined the garden room were replaced with hand-blocked Indian wallpaper. Paired with an ikat for the curtain panels they transform the room into a modern, global, and sophisticated sanctuary. See more of the home tour at Traditional Home.


All content via Traditional Home. All images by John Bessler for Traditional Home.

Mar 092015
 

ANICHINI Palladio Hotel Sheets

ASH NYC renovation in NY Mag

ASH NYC renovation in NY Mag

The recently renovated Abingdon Guest House was a nine-room inn which was comprised of two 1850 townhouses in the West Village. At the time of its acquisition in 2013 for $8 million, the inn had seen better days. Ari Heckman and his partner, Will Cooper, who together run the real-estate-and-design firm ASH NYC, transformed the dated and dilapidated space into a marvel of modern design.

Taking much of their inspiration from their travels through Belgium, they chose a pared down aesthetic, pairing strong lines and a black and white palette with unusual textures and materials. ANICHINI’s Palladio Hotel Sheets are a perfect compliment to this refined modernity.

Take the tour here.

All images via NY Mag.