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Pollack Goes Traditional

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Wednesday September 18, 2013
POSTED BY: Alexandra Bruno, Marketing Department

"An uncommon property created from a pair of bow-front Upper East Side brownstones that, 120 years after they were built around 1886, were combined to form a singular town house of grand and gracious dimensions earmarked for entertainment, is about to enter the market for the first time." -The New York Times Real Estate section

Showcasing the traditional side of our fabrics, designers Michael Bagley and Michael Adams used our In the Loop fabric in wild rice to cover the sofa in the home's music room (leading image), and our Sous-Tache in white gold on the sofa in the sitting room above. 

 

Read the article & view more images of this romantic brownstone here 

 

TAGS:  Pollack, fabrics, traditional, New York City, New York Times, brownstone, Michael Feinstein, In the loop, Sous-Tache,

 

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