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.
Pair of side tables from Drexel Heritage's Woodbriar
collection featuring beveled glass tops supported by a geometric wood design and a Parsons-style solid wood frame with brass accents. Unmarked.
Organic globe fixture by Doria Lighting Company. The
polished brass fixture supports two different size organic style globes of amber, yellow and clear glass. Each globe has a single light source which have been newly rewired taking a standard lightbulb, ...
This media console is crafted of hardwood with
four glass-paneled doors that open to reveal three adjustable shelves, a center partition, and rear ventilation cutouts. A steel overlay and ball feet finish the look in style.