Designers Marks and Frantz Bring High Voltage Glamour and a Sense of Character to this Greenwich Home

When a Manhattan couple relocated to Greenwich, Connecticut in 2012 they chose Sex in the City set decorators, Lydia Marks and Lisa Frantz, to recreate the quirky-cool opulence of Carrie Bradshaw’s interiors. Marks and Frantz, who used ANICHINI extensively throughout the Sex in the City series and films, chose it again for the couples’ home. Fast forward to today…

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Architectural Digest Picks Anichini’s La Collezione Turkish Bedding for June’s Most Wanted List

Anichini's La Collezione "Turkish" Hand Embroidered Sheets | 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…

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A Traditional Yet Utterly Modern Tulu

We have several Tulu vintage kilims at the Design Center, but this one, from Karapinar in Central Anatolia is really something special. The brilliant design and color would be a welcome addition in any space, traditional or modern. It is woven differently than many of the Tulus in our collection. Bamboo rods are inserted, and…

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ANICHINI creates the Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund

The Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund “Anichini has had a long standing relationship with a wonderful man who produces our hand loomed cashmere in Nepal. As far as I am concerned, he produces the best cashmere products I have ever experienced. Because we work with small companies, we get to know each other very well. True…

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Traditional Home Tours a Lovely Southampton Summer Home with Custom Pieces by ANICHINI

Anichini's Ara hand loomed silk curtain panels in a sitting room at this Southampton Summer House. 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.…

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