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Kips Bay Decorator Show House 2018

May 16, 2018

Kips Bay Decorator Show House 2018 showcases so many wonderful and skilled designers. This year’s 46th annual show boasted 22 design firms and was located at 110 East 76th Street, New York. FJ Hakimian is proud to present three rugs that were incorporated into 2 room designs at this year’s show. The designers we worked with have incredible skills and are in the forefront of today’s modern interior design world. read more

The Last Project of Jean-Michel Frank

February 19, 2018

Nelson A. Rockefeller's apartment was famously decorated by Jean-Michel Frank. The French Modernist designed the interiors of Rockefeller's salon with a modern take on vintage furniture while incorporating other artists into his vision. Using Christian Bérard's carpet design, he tied the room together with Matisse and Léger paintings. Rockefeller's salon is just one of many the contributions Frank made to the design world. read more

NEW MODERN COLLECTION: Wool, Silk & Hemp Fiber Blend Carpets

February 01, 2016

We have just launched an exciting new collection of signature modern design carpets at FJ Hakimian Gallery. Each design features a combination of wool, silk and hemp or nettle fiber, hand-crafted using cut pile & loop technique in all-natural materials by our artisans. read more

AMAZONIAN INSPIRATIONS: Natural Plant Fiber Mats

November 17, 2015

We recently launched a very exciting collection of natural plant fiber mats at FJ Hakimian Gallery, hand-made by artisans from the depths of the Amazon. read more

SHEER NATURAL: Handwoven fabrics from Lake Como

October 25, 2015

Over the years, FJ Hakimian Gallery actively collaborated with textile artists and studios in various regions of Italy with rich history of textile weaving, including the areas near Como, Venice, Florence, Pisa, Luca, and Umbria. Many samples from these regions now fill the pages of the historical textile archive folders in my office. read more