Here, there, everywhere... Over the past few months, I've caught tantalizing glimpses of Madeline Weinrib's new atelier in NYC. It's truly a textile Mecca! Against a backdrop of art, furniture, and objects culled from her travels, the space serves as the ultimate playground for those looking to experience Madeline's designs first-hand.
"Her contemporary riffs on traditional ethnic motifs quickly became a cult favorite with decorators and fashionistas. Now she’s branching out with her own space: a showroom on lower Fifth Avenue that serves as a laboratory for design..." - Elle Decor
Above: The Endless rug hangs behind an assortment of pillow covers. Below: Vintage Corbusier and Jacobsen chairs upholstered in Madeline's fabrics. The Tibetan carpet is one of her designs, Westley.
Above: An antique, Scandinavian armoire from ABC Carpet & Home alongside Madeline's American Gothic armchair in Black Mu Ikat, one of her favorite designs. Below: Chairs by Paul McCobb and lighting by David Weeks in the studio's meeting area. Her Tulu carpet is produced in Turkey from Angora-goat hair.
Ready for a visit? The showroom is open to the public by appointment.
Images: (1-3) Elle Decor, (4-6) New York Observer