What did red mean to ancient peoples? And which role did Venice play in the spread of red textiles? Find it out in this article!
Elio Ticca, one of the winners of the Arte Laguna Prize, used one of our handmade velvets to create a work of art inspired by Venetian windows: here it is
Let’s unveil some curious facts on blue – which our forefathers couldn’t see at all – and which of its tones you can find on our furnishing fabrics here
We’ve got a lot going on at Milan’s Furniture Fair this year: a new velvet, cushions in updated colours and some amazing collaborations. Discover them here!
The architecture and design school Bauhaus deeply influenced European designers and one of our furnishing velvets with a modern pattern: here’s why
When did green start being a popular colour for home decor? Here we’ll reveal some curious facts on its history and its shades in our catalogue
Our collection of handbags is created by Venetian craftspeople who show close attention to every detail of our products, from fabric cutting to finishes. This production process is extremely hard and complex, taking great skill, a lot of patience and...
Discover the new shades of Bevilacqua’s fabrics and this year’s interior trends: here’s a sneak peek at the products we’re showing at Paris Déco Off
The most exclusive club in London, attended by movie stars and members of the royal family, has used Bevilacqua’s upholstery fabrics: find out where
Small, but with a unique shape, a circle bag such as Antonia is the perfect accessory to add an unusual touch to any style. Discover it here
Throw pillows are incredibly decorative: here you’ll find out why and discover the cushions featuring Tessiture Bevilacqua’s fabrics
A day bag with a vintage charm, in Bevilacqua Fresie velvet in shades of red, ideal companion both for casual and more formal occasions.