Scalamandré is a premier textile company founded in 1929 that is famous internationally for its distinctive look and fine fabrics, trimmings,wallpaper and carpets. When I think of Scalamandré, the words quality, luxury, and history come to mind. Scalamandré is famous for reproducing historic textiles for the White House, Monticello, United States Capitol, museums, Blair House, and many of the country’s mansions- for example the Newport mansions in Rhode Island.
In the early sixties during the Kennedy administration, Scalamandré designed a gold on federal blue silk lampas with the Presidential seal for the White House's blue room
Scalamandré products’ uniqueness and richness is exceptional in terms of color, texture, and design. If you’ve closely seen and touched their fabrics and trimmings, you know what I’m talking about. No matter what your design aesthetic is, you’ll surely find what you’re looking for from their wide collections.
Their latest production Seaside Seashells, from the Island Cloth Collection anchored with Cabana Stripes
Photos courtesy of Scalamandré, photos 1,2,3,4 photography by Dan Mayers