Launched in Los Angeles in 2003, Reform Gallery is a testament to Gerard O’Brien’s subjective and scholarly approach to design. With a focus on California Modernism and the artists/craftsmen of this movement, Reform Gallery provides an important showcase of the best (and, all too often, unsung) designers of this influential era in design.
A nod to the Art Deco style movement,
the steel base of this sleek dining table features scalloped accents and faux shagreen trim. Topped with a sleek glass surface for a hint of modern appeal. Comfortably accommodates up to eight ...
A stylish and practical bedside companion, this nightstand
is beautifully crafted of poplar with a gently curved apron and chic black finish. Each of its three spacious drawers shows off custom brass hardware and a whimsical tassel detail. Handmade in ...
Chippendale-style two-drawer black walnut Pembroke table with sinuous
cabriole legs culminating in reticulated ball-and-claw feet. The carved apron features two drawers with built-in trays and original glass and brass pulls. Two leaves expand table to 38"L. Original condition with restoration ...