Studio Peregalli’s Obsession with Authenticity and Timeworn Texture

Fortuny's New York Showroom

Fortuny’s New York Showroom Fortuny Instagram

The Milanese interior designers Roberto Peregalli and Laura Santoro Rimini are masters at conjuring Old World savoir-faire with rare antiques, beautiful fabrics, and historical architectural details. I share their obsession with authenticity and timeworn texture, two qualities I’ve labored to imbed in my own homes.

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You don’t get more authentic than the dreamy Venetian damasks produced by Fortuny

 

Bernd Goeckler's antique shop on 10th Street.

Bernd Goeckler’s antique shop on 10th Street. Bernd Goeckler Antiques

Bernd Goeckler Antiques: There’s a smartly curated mix of 18th-, 19th-, and 20th-century decorative arts at this West Village mainstay.

 

“Renzo Mongiardino: Renaissance Master of Style”

“Renzo Mongiardino: Renaissance Master of Style” by Laure Verchere

 

Renzo Mongiardino: Renaissance Master of Style” by Laure Verchere pays homage to Peregalli’s mentor, the brilliant Italian designer Renzo Mongiardino.

 

 

 

 

 

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Studio Peregalli’s Obsession with Authenticity and Timeworn Texture