Los Angeles Showroom

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A vignette featuring an ebonized Louis XVI chair, a rosewood side table, French bronze sculptures, and a black vase by Vallruris.

 

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Editorial Inspiration

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A chess set collection is on display in the October issue of Elle Decoration UK.

 

Classical Lecture

I am honored to be speaking in the 2016 Classical Lecture Series, presented by The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art, along with my esteemed colleague Jane Hallworth.screen-shot-2016-09-12-at-3-05-11-pm

Learn more about the lecture here.

Explore more of the ICAA and it’s membership details here.

Industrial Medley

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A vignette of new arrivals in the warehouse. A early 20th century chair sits in front of a tailors chest of drawers with decorate Intaglios sitting atop it.

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Put On Display

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A well curated collection deserves an even more carefully selected bookcase. Mixing books and accessories really makes a statement, but the bookcase that they are displayed in truly sets the tone of the collection.

 

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Editorial Inspiration

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An original antique workbench is shown in a family’s Puglia home featured in AD Italia

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England circa 1850 workbench in bleached wood. (AY37)

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The Showroom

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A corner of the showroom featuring Spanish pottery, architectural column lamps, and botanical artwork.

 

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The Showroom

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An architectural model and tufted leather sofa is on display in the showroom.

 

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Stark Contrasts

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A stark environment serves as a great space for warm seating, as seen here in the recent AD Espana

 

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Busting Up

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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.

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