In the hushed halls of high-end interior design, the Scalamandré name stands for nearly cinematic artistry.
Founded in 1929 by Italian immigrants Franco and Flora Scalamandré, the firm quickly established itself as the go-to resource for historically accurate reproductions of fine silk fabrics, almost all created in the company’s own mill in Long Island City, New York.
Since then, the company’s decorative textiles have graced the State Rooms of the White House, the curtain of the Metropolitan Opera, and the halls of the finest homes in the world.
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Historical references and quote excerpted from Scalamandré: Haute Décor by Steven Stolman