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.
This media cabinet features an impressive woven design
over a mirrored surface. Large proportions and multiple cabinets offer a wealth of storage space, while a warm finish completes the look and highlights the natural beauty of the wood.
A highly decorative Chinoiserie cabinet. Painted black with
elaborate Chinoiserie scenes in gold on all sides, with gold trim and floral details. A single drawer opens with a simply cast brass bail handle. Below cabinet doors open with drop pull ...
1970s Empire-style solid mahogany cabinet by Baker. Two
front doors with molding finished in a black color and brass key-plates. The inside has a pullout drawer on top and a wooden shelf at the bottom. Finished with square legs and ...