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.
Covers by Cabana x Schumacher
This issue presents the opulence of the home of the art historian, and Old Master of Ancient Masters, Mark Broch in Holland, the intimacy of Studio Peregalli in the heart of Milan seen through the lens of Francois Halard and a portfolio on what is William Kent: architecture, gardens and furniture. And even more insights on the Canary Islands, Morocco and Italy.
+ Catastrophe insert by Lea Carpenter