LA-based designer Azadeh Shladovsky is best known for her artful, empathetic interiors and sculptural furniture collections. A master at distilling elements of a space to create depth in the way interiors are experienced, Shladovsky's design perspective is grounded in a rich and diverse life experience, a multicultural upbringing, and travels that have made her a keen observer of the world. With an eye for details that are commonly overlooked, Shladovsky translates these nuances into meaningful moments and experiences in every project she undertakes.
19th-century Italian mirror with original embossed tin. Tin
and wood have been previously stripped, leaving a gorgeous soft patina. Mirror crest features a cartouche of an urn with leaves, flowers and fruit. Mirror glass, 9"H and 11"W.
French Empire Psyche/Cheval mirror circa 1812 decorated with
Cuban flame mahogany veneers, chased gilt bronze mounts, arched mirror suspended between two columns standing on arched tapering feet with brass casters. Original mercury glass mirror.
Barmer floor mirror, repurposed from a 19th-century doorway
featuring an arched center with intricate carved details, flanked with two finely carved columns with peacock motifs. Original aged brown patina. Minor wear.