Maya Romanoff’s DIFFA “Dining By Design” Tablescape & Dining Room Vignette
Maya Romanoff, the leading manufacturer of innovative wall covering and surfacing materials in the world of design for more than four decades, is a name that is synonymous with luxurious elegance and shimmering beauty. So it was no surprise to see the Romanoff name associated with an exquisitely designed table setting and dining room vignette that captures the very essence of timeless, refined elegance (photos below).
The Maya Romanoff decorated tablescape and dining room exhibit were created in support of the Design Industries Foundation Fighting Aids (DIFFA) “Dining by Design” event recently held in Chicago.
Chandelier: Beadazzled Geode Disco. Mirror: Callisto. Table Base: Meditations Sea Salt. Wallcovering (behind drapes): Anniversary Collection Half Plaid. Wallcovering (behind mirror): Beadazzled Leaf Rain.
Sheer Drapes: Anniversary Collection Sheers Snowflake.
About Maya Romanoff
When Maya Romanoff was living the ultimate student experience of the 1960s at Cal Berkeley, he probably never imagined his studies would lead him to where he is today: artist, inventor, and director of the Maya Romanoff Corporation.
Romanoff’s post graduate travels to countries such as North Africa and Paris cemented his developing philosophy that art should be an integral part of everyday life. In turn, employment at the couture houses of Paris spurred his interest in textile design. Enter Woodstock, and Romanoff’s discovery of the intriguing technique of tie-dye, lead to the production of amazing fabrics that swept tie-dye into the realm of couture. These early explorations of fabric and art sparked his life-long fascination with using common materials to create uncommon art.
The Chicago based company is unique in that it fosters a sense of community and artistic expression that is rare in today’s corporate world. Throughout the company’s evolution Romanoff’s founding vision of transforming modern design by combining ancient artistic techniques with the latest production technology has held strong. Pushing technological boundaries has allowed Romanoff to turn his affinity for organic beauty into marketable, avant-garde surface coverings.