Vivid colors, fabric cover (designer), large format: Cabana is the interior design magazine conceived to be the most "snobbish" among editorial products.
The magazine explores the close relationship that each person has with interior design, from large rooms to small details that make a room unique but personal. Each issue takes you on a journey of obsessive collecting, colors, fabrics and art objects that come to life through vivid photographs and images.
With five wonderful fabric covers, the new issue of Cabana magazine ti
will take you on a journey of discovery and inspiration across two continents, from Mexico to Venice, New York and Paris, through the south of France and the English countryside.
Let's explore the Mexican peninsula of Yucatán, the extraordinary house and gardens of Rose Tarlow in Provence. We stop to Houghton Hall, one of England's finest Palladian houses photographed by Ashley Hicks, and join Cosmo Brockway for a tour of a quintessentially English 17th century house of madness. Let's find out the wonder of the interiors captured by François Halard's lens in Cy Twombly's house in Bassano in Teverina, a remote village in northern Lazio.
Have a good trip!