Casa Cabana

By Martina Mondadori

Foreword by Aerin Lauder

320 pages

9 x 12 in. (229 x 305 mm.), portrait

280 color illustrations

Hardcover

ISBN 978-0-86565-391-7

US $85 / CAN $107 / GBP £70

PUBLISHED: Sep, 2020

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An immersive visual anthology on home decorating and entertaining from cult interiors magazine Cabana

This sumptuous volume of stunning photographs, personal essays, and Italian recipes shows readers how to achieve the look made famous in interior-design circles by the ground­breaking and effortlessly cool Cabana magazine. Casa Cabana pre­sents the publication's distinctive aesthetic, drawing on some of the world's most stylish interiors as the backdrop for the Casa Cabana Accessories collections, with iconic Renzo Mongiardino fabrics fea­tured throughout.

Revel in the details and accents capable of transforming any home into a Cabana-worthy abode, including tablecloths, china, glasses, cushions, and more, as author and Cabana founder Martina Mondadori introduces us to her coterie of tastemakers who share their secrets on entertaining, lifestyle, and design. Discover Vogue polymath Patrick Kinmonth's thoughts on country living, design gallerist Jamie Creel's tricks for creating an unusual table setting, anda cclaimed cook Skye McAlpine's mouthwatering recipe for peach and saffron crostata, as you step behind the glossy pages and immerse yourself in Cabana's singular joie de vivre.

Martina Mondadori—the founder and editor of cult interiors magazine Cabana–grew up in Milan, where her father was chairman of one of Italy's biggest publishing houses. After an early career in publishing and luxury branding, she launched the limited-edition design magazine Cabana in 2014 to great acclaim.