Bevilacqua introduces the Madison tote bag in handwoven walls velvet, a must have accessory whose pattern was inspired by the Art Deco design.
What hides behind our Elena velvet bag, meant for you daily routine, and which extraordinary Venetian woman inspired it? Here’s the answer
How were the most colourful floral patterns of all time born? Find out what jardinière velvets are and why those produced in Genoa were famous worldwide
Discover one of Russia’s most incredible museums, which we’ve provided with one of our flame-resistant brocatelles: the Fabergé Museum in St. Petersburg
For Doppia Firma, an event pairing Italian artisans with international designers, we’ve created an original fabric with Natalie Du Pasquier: here’s which one
Find out how the Archive of the Patriarchate of Venice has used our decorative cushions to add a unique touch to its Monumental Library and precious volumes
Now you can find some of the accessories covered in our fine fabrics on Artemest, a website dedicated to artisanal Made in Italy products: find out which ones
Discover our bags, with different shapes and styles, all covered in the fabrics from our catalogue and made by hand in Italy with quality materials
Discover the secrets behind one of the most popular fruits in textile arts and painting of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance: pomegranates
Venice’s Caffè Quadri has reopened after a restoration for which Tessitura Bevilacqua provided its upholstery fabric: here’s the final result!
How do our fabrics look like on an armchair or chair? Find it out with the photos of the new store in Moscow where you can find them: BOSCOCasa!
At the Kids’ Carnival of La Biennale di Venezia, from February 3rd to 11th, you’ll find some workshops with Bevilacqua’s fabrics: here’s how to join them