Influenced by his architectural background and many years spent living in Paris, Rome, Florence, Miami, and Montreal, Joseph Pubillones’s interiors possess plenty of global cosmopolitan flair, harmony, and a beautiful sense of structure. Perpetually in pursuit of the fresh and the refreshing, the Palm Beach-based designer unites the traditional with the contemporary, the vintage with the new, and a sense of excitement with the everyday.
Crafted of recycled Brazilian peroba rosa wood, this
stately cabinet is both stylish and sustainable, boasting a fine, swirling grain. Detailed with four shelves and a sliding drawer for displaying and storing fine china, books, and other home accents.
Elegant pecan Chippendale-style curio cabinet with pagoda detail,
beveled glass doors, mirrored back and lovely brass fittings. Three adjustable glass shelves and built-in light with dimmer create a wonderful display case for your prized possessions.
Mahogany two-door curio cabinet paneled with bronze beaded
banding flanked by two shelf-display, atop a demilune-shaped desk with pull-out writing surface over a long narrow center drawer, standing on four tapering legs ending in bronze cap feet. Stamped Jansen. Minor ...