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.
Get the look:
You don’t get more authentic than the dreamy Venetian damasks produced by Fortuny.
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” by Laure Verchere pays homage to Peregalli’s mentor, the brilliant Italian designer Renzo Mongiardino.
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