Rubelli fabrics and wallpapers, the quintessential Venetian style
It is difficult to not be fascinated by the beautiful fabrics that are everywhere in the city of Venice. This passion took root during the first expeditions by Marco Polo along the silk route. Heavy draped curtains and shimmering wall coverings are ostensibly rich for palaces, theatres, churches and hotels in Venice.
In a sumptuous Renaissance palace, the Palazzo Corner Spinelli, Rubelli receives its clients, designers and design students in a place that is both a commercial showroom and a private museum. The Rubelli archives are housed there, such as this marguerites velours, created in 1902 for Marguerite de Savoie.
The fifth generation of the Rubelli family offers fabric collections inspired by the Venetian style such as was used in the Palais des Doges, inspired by "chinoiseries" or Venetian ironwork. It also offers a contemporary range created by the French designer Dominique Kieffer.
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