World of Cabana
Welcome to the home of Cabana Magazine online. Scroll down for inspirational interiors, highly curated travel guides, insightful interviews, immersive films, and much more.
Curiosities and Tudor Bricks
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 Interview: Gil Schafer
Architect Gil Schafer is beloved for his warm classic-contemporary style. Gil shares with Cabana his dream (and nightmare) interiors, how a sudden revelation changed the path of his career, and why he's never let introversion hold him back.
A Weekend in Mérida
The ancient city of Mérida, in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, is a thriving artistic hub, full of world-class restaurants, bustling craft markets and crumbling haciendas. Susana Ordovas - host of the Prior x Cabana trip to Yucatan - shares her favorite spots in Mérida.
Where there's a Will
Finders Keepers: In this series, antiquarians and collectors share the stories of two extraordinary objects: their greatest find and the piece they'll keep forever. This week, Max Rollitt reveals a huge masterpiece and a humble object that made him cry.
The Evolution of a House
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 Weekend in Vienna
Alexandra Winkler, co-owner of the iconic Hotel Sacher in Vienna, shares an exclusive insider's guide to her favorite city, including where to eat Viennese comfort food, shop beautiful textiles, and soak up culture.
A Ghostly Withdrawal
A "harebrained" decision to drive to Baalbek, a Lebanese city near the Syrian border, led writer and photographer, Chris Wallace, to discover the best-preserved Roman ruin-complex outside of Italy.
The Poetry of Paper
For centuries, artisans have elevated paper making - a material many take for granted - to an art form far beyond functionality. Sara Pierdonà discovers the potential and poetry of paper, from tea ceremonies in Japan to marbling in Venice.
The Pull of the Thread
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.
A Weekend in Amsterdam
With its historic canals, beautiful doll's house-like canal houses, refined architecture, year-round cosiness and record number of museums, Amsterdam is both charming and sophisticated. Design writer, Emma Becque, shares an insider's guide.
The Dutch Opulence
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.
Yucatán: Threads of Richness
As the Prior x Cabana Caravan prepares for its 2024 trip to Mexico's remarkable Yucatán Peninsula, host Susana Ordovas shares a postcard from her many visits to the region - a land of faded, decadent glory, crumbling haciendas, tropical landscapes and breathtaking archeological sites.
MASTERS & MUSES
Meet the design legends, masterful creatives and inimitable tastemakers who truly inspire Cabana.
Travel the world the Cabana way.
ROOMS & GARDENS
Escape into a highly curated collection of inspiring rooms and gardens, from the pages of Cabana Magazine, and beyond.
ART & CULTURE
Immerse yourself in artisanship from age-old techniques to modern craft, exploring the power and beauty of craftsmanship and culture in all its forms.
colors & patterns
Explore the history of global textiles and decorating as you journey through the Cabana kaleidoscope of colors and patterns.
Cabana Magazine N20
Covers by Tiffany.
Printed, bound and for the first time wrapped in silk, Issue 20 marks a series of firsts, unveiling six never-before-seen homes in New York, Milan, Belgium and Paris, and two major travel portfolios in Malta and Gujarat, amongst others.
A haven for beautiful books, curated by the editors of Cabana.