Trained as an architect, Boston interior designer Jeffrey Delvy achieves the perfect balance of gorgeous, textured, retro, ancient, and brand-new. With a focus on comfort and individual family personality, his style melds modern opulence with a solid classical backbone. His interiors earned him Boston magazine’s Best of Boston Home 2010 Classic designation. Since founding Jeffrey Delvy Design and Decoration in 2007, he has overseen historical renovations, gut rehabilitations, and residential interior design projects all over the country.
Circular Hollywood Regency-style side table with faux-marble top
and bottom joined by an ornate gilded metal pedestal. The marble is made of cast resin and is a golden amber color. Minor surface wear, small crack in the metal base from ...
18th-century Chinese Qing-style elmwood altar console table with
framed top supported on shaped legs and joined by stretchers. It boasts its original paint with natural wax finish. Wear, top shows splitting and wear.
Duncan Phyfe-style mahogany drop-leaf extension table made by
H. Willett Furniture Inc, of Kentucky. Extends with three leaves to comfortably seat 10. The table stands on three central pedestals with Duncan Phyfe legs terminating in brass feet on castors. Drop ...