Blogs About Interior Design in NYC

NYC Interior Design and Decorating Blogs by Nazmiyal New York

Book Review: “The Art of Space” by Mary Cook

The Art of Space by Mary Cook: Book Review Nazmiyal

Seven Fundamentals of Design to Help with Your Interior Design Projects Book Review: The Art of Space by Mary Cook — Interior design is a subject that we here at Nazmiyal Collection think of as an art form. Each client that comes to us looking for the perfect antique rug or carpet has a unique vision for Read More…

Holiday Gift Ideas for the Interior Design Obsessed

Holiday Gifts by Nazmiyal

Great Holiday Gifts for the Interior Design Junkies in Your Life. Holiday Gift Ideas by Nazmiyal — It can be hard to find the perfect gifts for your loved ones during the holidays. If you have friends or family that have particularly discerning taste, especially when it comes to their home decor, shopping for a Read More…

Wednesday Wishlist: Vintage Western Tapestry by Christina Bergh

Christina Bergh at Nazmiyal

This week’s Wishlist Wednesday Rug is a Vintage Western Tapestry by Christina Bergh Vintage Western Tapestry by Christina Bergh– 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 aesthetic beauty, conceptual merit, and history. To see how we’d style Read More…

Register Today for Nazmiyal’s November 6th Antique & Vintage Rug Auction

Antique & Vintage Rugs by Nazmiyal Auction

Antique and Vintage Rug Auction Nazmiyal Rug Auction: November 6th — Autumn is a season of change – as the foliage is transformed and we trade in our swimsuits for sweaters, it feels as if we’re collectively turning over a new leaf. We’re bidding farewell to lazy summer vacations, getting back to work and getting excited Read More…

The Sublime Beauty of Mughal Carpets

Antique 17th Century Mughal Rug, Nazmiyal Collection

Mughal Carpets: A Beautiful Indian Tradition North India! Ah, that fertile ground for ill-fated love stories! When the fourth Mughal emperor Shah Jehan built the Taj Mahal to house the tomb of his favorite empress Mumtaz Mahal, he probably didn’t imagine that it would still be standing five centuries after his death as the greatest Read More…