ROOMS & GARDENS
Escape into a highly curated collection of inspiring rooms and gardens, from the pages of Cabana Magazine and beyond. Explore interiors and architecture, large and small, grand and humble, united by soul and creative vision.
A Venetian's Retreat: Toto Bergamo Rossi's home in Croatia
Chris Wallace visits a Croatian island with Venetian heritage for a tour of Toto Bergamo Rossi's atmospheric retreat in Lopud, set in the ruins of a 15th century nunnery.
Christoph's 10 Best Libraries
In celebration of Cabana Magazine's 10 Year Anniversary, founder and creative director, Christoph Radl, selects his '10 Best Libraries', each published in Cabana over the last decade.
Miguel's 10 Best Bedrooms
In celebration of Cabana Magazine's 10 Year Anniversary, deputy editor and renowned interiors photographer, Miguel Flores-Vianna, selects his '10 Best Bedrooms', each published in Cabana over the last decade.
Martina's 10 Best Kitchens
In celebration of Cabana Magazine's 10 Year Anniversary, Cabana founder and editor-in-chief, Martina Mondadori, selects her '10 Best Kitchens', each published in Cabana over the last decade.
Christoph's 10 Best Bathrooms
In celebration of Cabana Magazine's 10 Year Anniversary, founder and creative director, Christoph Radl, selects his '10 Best Bathrooms', each published in Cabana over the last decade.
Miguel's 10 Best Dining Rooms
In celebration of Cabana Magazine's 10 Year Anniversary, deputy editor and renowned interiors photographer, Miguel Flores-Vianna, selects his '10 Best Dining Rooms', published in Cabana over the last decade.
A House of Surprises: An Antique Dealer's Modernist Home
In a quiet wooded grove in Minnesota, Belgian-born antique dealer, Claire Steyaert, has filled her Bauhaus-inspired Modernist home with a lifetime's worth of art and antiques. Taylor Hall O'Brien meets Claire for champagne, croissants and a conversation about the joy of collecting.
Forde Abbey: A Rare English Gem
In a tranquil corner of rural England, just before sunrise, Charlotte Lawson Johnston and Emma Lewis take a tour of Forde Abbey, discovering a 12th century monastery with assiduously preserved original interiors and a famous set of woven masterpieces.
A Family Tower in Lombardy
Anna Gastel first restored the handsome Lombardy tower that has become her family’s beloved rural retreat some 16 years ago. Standing tall among the vast, flat planes between Lomellina and the Po river, this resplendent six-bedroomed cascina a corte was originally built for dairy farming at the end of the 18th century.
An Artist's Textile-Filled House in Norfolk
House Tour: Rose Cholmondeley explores North Runcton Lodge, a beautiful, formerly derelict house in Norfolk that artist-owner, Kate Giles, first visited as a child. Rose discovers the courage, vision and artistic alchemy it's taken for Kate, and husband Tim Ellis, to conjure magic in this once dying house.
A Fairytale Folly in Suffolk
Alan Dodd's tiny 17th-century folly in Suffolk, High House, is a mellow Dutch Carolean pepper-pot of a house, like something out of an old English folktale, discovers Cosmo Brockway. Join Cosmo for a tour.
The Evolution of a Storied House in Tuscany
If you enjoy peeking into the lives of others (don’t we all?), then Ned Lambton's engaging, beautifully photographed new book - about his family's storied Tuscan estate, Villa Cetinale: A Memoir of a House in Tuscany - is a great treat, writes Ashley Hicks.
A Textile Dealer's Storied Apartment in Brooklyn
A 19th-century suzani from Uzbekistan was the starting point for textile dealer, Sheila Fruman's, colorful life in antique textiles. She shows Ari Kellerman around her Brooklyn apartment, and shares an extract from her sumptuous new book, The Pull of the Thread.
An Opulent House in Sleepy Gouda
In sleepy yet beautiful Gouda, stands one of the oldest, authentic Dutch houses in existence dating back to 1740. Its sumptuous, operatic interiors have been painstaking restored to enhance and celebrate its history, masterminded by owners, Mark Broch and Geert Post, art dealers, historians and collectors.
Kelley's Kabin: Seventy-Nine Summers in Rural Wisconsin
Eighty-year-old Bill Carter has spent 79 memory-filled summers at Kelley's Kabin, a collection of atmospheric log cabins overlooking the Flambeau River in rural Wisconsin. Bill gives Taylor Hall O'Brien a tour, sharing the cabins' history and stories of summers past.
Where Yorkshire Rivals Rome
"I have seen gigantic places before, but never a sublime one," wrote Sir Horace Walpole of Yorkshire's Castle Howard. As Cabana Issue 20 exclusively reveals Remy Renzullo's redesign of the private quarters at Castle Howard, Charlotte di Carcaci explores the architectural history of one of England's most exalted addresses.