Drawing upon a room’s past for its inspiration, a Thomas Jayne interior reflects a strong connection to time and place. Seeking out details that will deepen and enliven a room’s decoration, the NYC-based designer and author filters a space’s history through a clear-eyed prism of present-day practicality and lifestyles. Praised for its unique approach and quality, his work has appeared in Architectural Digest’s AD100 and Elle Decor’s A-List and has won the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art’s Arthur Ross Award for Interior Design.
Vintage papier-mâché tray, 1940s. Made in Japan. Writers
Tom Dolby and Drew Frist’s oft-photographed residences in New York City and the Hamptons are firmly set in the present--yet infused with the glamour of the past. They passionately shop antiques shows, ...
Carved tray with floral-motif border and carved handles,
inscribed “Mr. and Mrs. Thurber/Members of Inter-Mission Services/August 9, 1950, Karuizawa.” Todd Gribben brings sophistication, warmth, and a gracious aesthetic to the art of interior design. His passion for all things beautiful ...
Vintage Chinese serving tray, original paint. Born in
Shanghai and raised in San Francisco, Vivian Kimmelman opened Berkshire Home & Antiques in Great Barrington, MA, in 1999. A coveted resource for designers, architects, and designers, the spacious shop offers a ...