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sible to fi t any room size. Working well with the perfect backdrop for their ever-changing
both benches and chairs makes this piece the displays. “T_h e texture of the raffi a is forgiving
choice of many designers.” T_h e table is off ered when re-hanging artwork and its timeless look
in a large range of stain, painted or gesso fi n- works for all seasons,” she explains. T_h e Mad-
ishes and nine standard sizes, as well as cus- agascar Collection Raffi a is available in widths
tom sizes. of 36” to 45” on bolts of 30-40 yards.
Phillip Jeff ries Madagascar Collection Quadrus Studio’s Map of London: T_h is
Raffi a: Woven of banana and palm leaves, reproduction of a 1746 Map of London by
raffi a is one of the most sought after wall cov- John Rocque is struck onto parchment paper
erings for its superb texture. T_h e Madagascar from 24 engraved plates. Each piece is an-
Collection features 21 colors in two series, Is- tiqued and individually framed in 22k gold
land and African. Both series are yarn-dyed, leaf. McRae selected this as “the most spectac-
woven and laminated with a fabric backing ular wall statement ever featured in our show-
for use on walls and light upholstery. McRae room.” T_h e full map measures 14’w x 7.5’h.
notes that the collection is composed of a
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tones to saturated, bright colors.” T_h e envi-
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Woven of banana and palm leaves, Madagascar Col-
tial and commercial installation. McRae states
E-mail: info@mcrae-company.com lection Raffi a from Phillip Jeffries is environmentally
that Williams-Sonoma Home has used the
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friendly and can be used in both wall covering and light
Natural Raffi a in the design of their stores as upholstery applications.
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T_h e fi rst time I walked into McRae & Company and saw Quadrus
Studio’s Map of London I knew I was going to use it somewhere in my
work. I found the perfect place for it in a client’s dining room that was
quite long and narrow with windows along one side, leaving the op-
posite wall open to dramatic artwork.
I used a heavy, Spanish, antique table with high backed, upholstered
chairs and a custom wood and gilded wrought iron chandelier. I want-
ed both the art and the furniture to express their individual importance
and value while complementing each other at the same time.
T_h e Map with its antiqued gilded frames provides high impact with
its overall size, interest and composition, without overpowering the
space. My clients were pleased with the piece upon installation and have
now enjoyed the dinner conversations that the Map has encouraged.
Denise Pryor, of Denise Pryor Interior Design,
graduated with a Master’s in Interior Design
and began work in commercial and hospitality
design. After establishing Denise Pryor Interior
Design in 1997, she focused primarily on resi-
dential projects in California and Florida.
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Quadrus Studio’s Map of London, which McRae describes as “the most spectacular wall
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statement ever featured in our showroom,” is a reproduction of a 1746 original.

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