Based in Atlanta, Georgia, Margaret Kirkland’s classic, elegant interiors take their cues from a home’s architecture, scale, and natural light--and often from a client’s favorite object, color, or work of art. One of her greatest pleasures is hunting through a client’s storage for old treasures to imbue with new life, which also brings the client’s personality into the space. She mined treasures from her own collection for this Tastemaker Tag Sale.
Acrylic paint on handmade Indian paper with cuts
and strings. Floated on cream linen and displayed in a new black frame. Signed "JM" by John Mayberry at the lower right. From the artist's collection. Frame, 13"L x .75"W x 16"H; ...
Pier mirror in a round-edged frame with matching
mirror-top console table. Both with surfaces made up of thin strips of gold acrylic tiles which produce a highly reflective sparkling disco ball effect. Made by Reliable Mfg Co, dated 1984. In ...
English-style etched and beveled vertical giltwood mirror has
four gilded medallions at each corner and a decorative etched floral vase at crest. Maker: Carson Pirie Scott, Chicago, circa 1900. Age wear to frame, foxing on mirror.