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.
Oval mirror with acanthus leaf frame and original
beveled mirror plate, circa 1900. The intricate frame is dark bronze color from age and is made up of gently curled leaves. The frame has minor cracks and the mirror plate shows ...
Mid-20th-century French Empire-style pier mirror with hand-painted faux-marble
and antiqued giltwood frame. Features a large arched shell with corner floretes above a protruding cornice, Corinthian side columns, and an 8.5" deep rounded shelf with gilded rope edge. Minimal age wear. ...
French Louis XVI-style gray and white painted trumeau
mirror with a gold and silver leaf carved wood inset upper panel depicting a globe, paper scroll, and two telescopes, accented with scrolling ribbons, tassels and laurel branches. The entire mirror is ...