Lars Bolander is one of Sweden’s foremost interior designers and a pioneer of Swedish design, though his diverse experience and education make pinpointing his exact style a challenge. He has been featured in House Beautiful, Vogue, World of Interiors and international editions of House Garden, among others, and The Wall Street Journal showcased his Palm Beach home. This coming December he will be participating in the Miami Elle Decor Showhouse.
Pair of 1950s matched driftwood lamps with original
woven palm leaf shades and matching driftwood finials. Original U.S. wiring in working order. 60W standard bulbs suggested. Dimensions: left lamp, 15"L x 8"W x 22"H to top of socket; 34"H to ...
Pair of baluster-form signed Japanese porcelain vases made
into lamps by Fredrick Cooper of Chicago. Saturated chartreuse field with figural, foliate and moth design elements in a deep taupe brown, polychrome over glaze. Newly wired to include 3-way socket. Takes ...
Pair of brown-and-copper iridescent glass lamps attributed to
Murano and manufactured in Italy in the 1960s. Wiring in good working condition; 250 volts/watts. Original linen shades with gold metallic lining are included. Shades, 17"Dia x 10.5"H. Bases, 5.5" square. Height ...