Thursday, June 27, 2013

Ebanista... simply perfect.



"A superlative collection of extraordinary furnishings and objets d'art"... this is Ebanista.


Ebanista is known for luxury and sophistication in the world of interior design. 
The collection has an elegant but comfortable quality where impeccably antiqued rugs are perfectly at home with haute rock-crystal chandeliers.
A Spanish Colonial barqueno is back-dropped by a grandly-scaled Italian landscape and where on a crisp white linen settee sits an 18th century tapestry pillow. Styles, eras and heritages are layered and mixed with expertly orchestrated ease.
"It's hard to tell what is an antique and what's not, and that's precisely the point," says Melinda. Ebanista's ceramicists, weavers, foundry men, guilders, silversmiths, artists, and furniture makers - once known throughout Europe as ebanistas - assure the elegance of old world charm with a modern sensibility.
Ebanista is a tribute to highly sophisticated taste…"a complexity and warmth that are seldom seen together…contrasting characters that complement one another…the nobility and beauty of the finer materials…the dedication, patience, and pride of craftsmanship…antiquity, patina, and old world techniques…graceful lines…sensitivity to proportion and pedigreed details," says Fari.
Ebanista's unique interpretation of European classics encompasses an extensive collection of furniture and custom upholstery, textiles, rugs, pillows, mirrors, oil paintings, rock-crystal chandeliers, lamps, silver, bronzes, ceramics - all characterized by a distinctive quality and an appreciative value.
Ebanista showrooms are located in the major design centers of the United States and have become the source to the most influential designers.



to request a catalogue visit ebanista.com

Copyright © 2013 Ebanista. All Rights Reserved.

Sparkle. Fashion, GLAM

Caroline in "A Play of White”, 
by Tim Walker for Vogue Italia March 2005
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Daria Werbowy for Vogue US March 2006
Kasia at Armani Prive FW 10
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Photographed by Jeff Tse
Alexis Mabille
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Hailey Clauson by Terry Tsiolis for Vogue Russia, September 2011
Armani
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Paco Rabanne SS 12
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Photographed by Caroline Knopf
ELIE SAAB
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Solange Wilvert by Rafael Stahelin
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Reem Acra
Jessica Clarke For Glamour Italia
Zuhair Murad
ANNE VYALITSYNA BY KATIE BLEACHER AND DEAN EVERARD FOR HARPER’S BAZAAR RUSSIA FEBRUARY 2013
Valentin Yudashkin
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Shalom Harlow photographed by Sofia Sanchez and Mauro Mongiello for Numéro #108 November 2009
Dolce & Gabbana
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Tanya at Nathan Jenden SS 08
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Valentino
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Anna Katrine For Odalisque Magazine April 2012
Elie Saab
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