A corner of the showroom featuring Spanish pottery, architectural column lamps, and botanical artwork.
It never seems to fail that every buying trip there is a unique theme of antiques, one trip was sofas, then bookcases. This trip there appears to be an abundance of busts and sculptures. However seeing all the unique displays and varieties puts into perspective how under-appreciated these pieces are and how it would be refreshing to see more of them in decorating today.
It’s time for another adventure. In the end of May we will be making our way to England and Europe to hunt for more antiques and unique finds. Make sure to follow our adventure on Instagram @leestantonla
It’s already been a week since Legends and I still can’t stop thinking about it. The panels were informative, the windows were inspiring, and the parties were full of excitement. I could not be more thankful for my friend’s and colleague’s hard work that went into making this year’s event truly “one of a kind”.
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This year’s Legends event has been a whirlwind of excitement and non-stop entertainment, not to mention the window designs are better than ever. The theme for this year is “One of a Kind”, and our windows could not have turned out better, thanks to Robert Stilin, and Nate Berkus.
Robert uses contemporary art to complement the antique furniture. A perfect reading corner for a one of a kind art lover.
Nate utilizes antique furniture from France, Spain, and Italy to set an intimate scene of as if one was looking though a door into someone’s well curated home.
Photography by: Grey Crawford