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Shabby Chic Style: Relaxed Luxury

Shabby Chic Style: Vintage and Antique Accents Lend Character to Homes, at Nazmiyal

Shabby Chic is Back: Get the Look with Unique Vintage Accents and One-of-a Kind Antique Rugs Home is where your heart is, it is said, and the aesthetic interior designers turn to in order to beautifully express that sentiment is the soft, aged-to-perfection shabby … Continue reading

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Wednesday Wishlist: Art Deco Carpet by Austrian Designer Josef Hoffmann

Art Deco Carpet by Josef Hoffmann 48433 at Nazmiyal

This Week's Wednesday Wishlist Rug is a Beautiful Art Deco Carpet by Josef Hoffmann. Art Deco Carpet by Josef Hoffmann --  Every Wednesday, The Nazmiyal Collection features one spectacular example of a hand-made vintage or antique rug from its vast catalog. We … Continue reading

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Exhibition Spotlight: “Life, Death and Transformation” Native American Art at the Brooklyn Museum

Coclé artist. Plaque with Crocodile Deity, circa 700–900. Sitio Conte, Coclé Province, Panama. Nazmiyal.

Native American Art at the Brooklyn Museum Native American Art -- Native Americans have created and continue to create artwork for many reasons, taking many different forms. This is evident from the collection of paintings, carvings, masks, textiles, potteries and other works of art on … Continue reading

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Introduction to Major Persian Weaving Centers

Photo of the Tabriz Region in Iran, Nazmiyal Collection

History of Major Persian Carpet Weaving Regions Persian and Turkish Weaving Centers -- Iran, formerly known as Persia, has long been known for its exquisitely beautiful and sumptuous handmade carpets. Carpet weaving is so deeply ingrained in the culture and traditions of … Continue reading

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Wednesday Wishlist: Vintage Turkish Kilim 50166

Vintage Turkish Kilim 50166 at Nazmiyal Collection

This Week's Wednesday Wishlist Rug is a Lovely Vintage Turkish Kilim. Vintage Turkish Kilim 50166 --  Every Wednesday, The Nazmiyal Collection features one spectacular example of a hand-made vintage or antique rug from its vast catalog. We select each piece based … Continue reading

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A Beginner’s Guide to Art Deco

The Chrysler Building in New York, with its curving and angular lines, is a great example of Art Deco architecture, on Nazmiyal blog.

Art Deco 101 by Nazmiyal Art Deco Style -- Art Deco is an influential style of art that is thought to have originated in Paris in the early 1920s. The credit for coining the term goes to Le Corbusier, a … Continue reading

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American Hooked Rugs: History and Traditions

The Making of Hooked Rugs | Nazmiyal

Hooked Rugs: An American Tradition Hooked Rugs -- American hooked rugs are as quintessentially American as jazz music is. Like the latter, it had a very humble beginning but grew to become a unique American tradition. Dismissed for its rustic … Continue reading

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Artist Spotlight: Verner Panton

Verner Panton | Nazmiyal

Verner Panton's Mid Century Furniture and Textile Designs Verner Panton --  Panton is considered one of the most influential Danish furniture and interior designers of the 20th century. He transformed the Danish design scene of the 1960s and 1970s with … Continue reading

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Wednesday Wishlist: Vintage Swedish Kilim 48446

Vintage Scandinavian Swedish Kilim 48446

This Week's Wednesday Wishlist rug is a cheerful Swedish Kilim. Antique Caucasian Kilim 48420 -- Every Wednesday, The Nazmiyal Collection features one spectacular example of a hand-made vintage or antique rug from its vast catalog. We select each piece based on its … Continue reading

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The Bauhaus School: Influence on Mid Century Scandinavian Design

Bauhaus and its Influence | Nazmiyal

Bauhaus and its Influence on Mid 20th Century Scandinavian Design   Bauhaus and its Influence on Scandinavian Design -- What comes to your mind when you think of Scandinavian design? If you know anything about it, you would immediately think of furniture, … Continue reading

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