Scalamandre Fabrics

Scalamandre ad featuring Eugenie silk printed striped taffeta in pink

Scalamandre ad featuring Eugenie silk printed striped taffeta in pink

Scalamandre boasts that it is the only remaining fabric house from the 19th century that’s still family owned.  Five generations have supplied designers with spectacular textiles.

19th-C. French Chairs, Pair on OneKingsLane scalamandre check

19th-C. French Chairs, Pair on OneKingsLane.com Scalamandre Check

Scalamandre Fabrics

Colony APRILE through Scalamandre, Scalamandre Floreale chinoiserie wallpaper, Scalamandre APRILE Silk Lampas Fabric, Scalamandre China Rose

The Brunswig and Fils pinstripe fabric on the chairs and the blue Scalamandre matte lassez on the sofa make this traditional room bright. Photo by James Yochum.

The Brunswig and Fils pinstripe fabric on the chairs and the blue Scalamandre matte lassez on the sofa make this traditional room bright. Photo by James Yochum.

Kingston Valance In A Scalamandre Fabric- Seen On Pinterest

Kingston Valance In A Scalamandre Fabric Seen On Pinterest

Visiting Elizabeth Taylor's Bel Air Estate Architectural Digest

Visiting Elizabeth Taylor’s Bel Air Estate – Found on architecturaldigest.com

At a desk that belonged to Taylor’s father is a chair upholstered in a Scalamandré velvet; the Tiffany-style lamp was made by Taylor’s son Christopher Wilding. The painting by Marcel Vertès commemorates the birth of Liza, Taylor and Mike Todd’s daughter.

Scalamandre Fabrics

Interior Designer John Oetgen decorates a 1920’s Atlanta Home. House Beautiful. Scalamandre Hortensia floral, Joan Kruse Rogers – Scalamandre Pillement toile, Country Manor charm ~ J. Wilson Fuqua and Associates, Scalamandre Pillement Toile, Dan Carithers & Architect Norman Askins, Virginia Country House. Southern Accents Jan-Feb 2002, Michael Whaley Interiors via Samuel and Sons. Scalamandre Melegrano Lampas on chair

Interior Designer Todd Richesin

Interior designer Todd Richesin uses sunny Scalamandre linen toile to dress the Hickory Chair’s cane chairs and the bed. Photo: Werner Straube