Wendy Riva and Andrea Gibbin met 20 years ago when they were, respectively, an art director and a set decorator in the film biz. Fast-forward two decades and you’ll find that they’re transforming more than sets these days. Their stylish, globally inspired design vision has left its eclectic and colorful mark on top-tier Hollywood homes, on the editors of Elle Decor (who dubbed it “bohemian chic”), and in myriad stylish spaces throughout San Francisco and LA.
Minimalist Art Deco mirror with rounded partial maple
frame on top and bottom and slightly rounded corners mounted on a wood backing. Stamped "Hagemann Glass Co. Cincinnati Mar 2 1937" on back of mirror plate. Age wear and foxing to ...
Circa 1920 handmade Arts and Crafts golden Mission
oak framed mirror. Frame has beveled exterior edges and gorgeous graining. Mirror has age-appropriate faint cloudiness. Frame has a small hole on each long side where mirror was once bolted to a ...
Large Venetian-style mirror with angled reverse-etched mirror panel
frame, circa 1950. The mirror has chrome chevron corner brackets and is backed with ebonized solid wood. Ready to hang horizontally, but can be modified to hang vertically. Two small black age ...