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A beautiful balance of rustic and refined, a faithful reproduction of campaign furniture of French origin. Antiqued wooden butler tray cradled in folding empire style metal stand makes a charming side table or console.
Classic and architectural, this console table is a modern rendition of Hollywood Regency design. Steel frame with polished brass and white acrylic insert top, it is ideal for hallways, behind sofas or can be used as a slim buffet.
The solid mango wood filigree offers a textural link to history with hand-carved, intricate interlocking patterns that employ centuries old techniques handed down generation to generation. Long, airy and sanded to a silky soft finish with a white washed stain which highlights beautifully the depth of the carving, this gorgeous piece becomes a sophisticated artisanal focal point to your dining area or entryway.
Every dog has its day in our adorable pup-portrait print that covers all the notable breeds of our favorite fur-babies. The artful watercolor rendering of good dogs, happily waiting for you to come home, is digitally printed on a natural linen ground.
Casually chic and unfussy, the applauded style of interior designer Mark D. Sikes is marked by his compositions of objects with a "forever-appeal" in settings that put living first. In Beautiful: All American Decorating and Timesless Style (Rizzoli), he chats companionably through eight chapters as he dissects his approachable style. Organized by color, each chapter examines his passion for certain colors and demonstrates how the designer uses these colors to imbue a home's interiors with personality and style. Alongside images of Sikes' work, there are photos of vignettes and mood boards, all of which provide the reader with ample design inspiration and show how classic can look fresh, and style and comfort go hand-in-hand.
In her sumptuous new book, An Affair with a House, Bunny Williams, the venerable world renowned decorator, describes in detail how she and her husband, antiques dealer John Rosselli, rescued, nurtured, renovated and decorated the 18th-century New England manor house that she found in sad repair 28 years ago. Through photographs, how-tos, and recipes, Williams provides a rare inside look at a top decorator's retreat and explains how she approached the pleasures, challenges, and day-to-day realities of creating a beautiful, comfortable country home.
A freeform calligraphic accent of fresh cobalt stripes complements this simple white glazed bowl in two sizes. The perfect vessel for a cachepot or as an artisanal vase for a bouquet of stubby stems.
Find ancient and modern appeal with expertly handpainted cobalt designs on a glossy white glaze. A white linen drum shade adds a crisp refined finish to this elegant, long-necked ceramic lamp.
Playfully painted ripples of cobalt romp on a glossy white glaze in this trio of beautifully proportioned contemporary vases. Perfect together or apart.
In this story-filled monograph, Bunny Williams presents 15 houses she has decorated and loved. She tells the tale of each “affair," tracing the style of each of the spaces, what drew her to the projects, and her evolving, client-centered approach to decor. She offers her personal secrets for choosing classics and for decorating with flexible pieces that can play more than one role in a design scheme. Love Affairs with Houses offers a look into many amazingly chic, but always comfortable residences whose interiors she has designed during the most recent phase of her astounding career.