A firm believer that environment dramatically affects quality of life, LA designer Elisabeth Weinstock emphasizes a balance of colors, space and form--and staying true to the integrity of a home’s architecture and a client’s personality. “No two homes are alike, just as no two people are alike,” says Weinstock. “My goal is to create a home that reflects a client’s lifestyle--not an overly decorated interior-design project.”
An impressive antique Japanese lacquer box called kaioke,
once used for storing painted shells for the game of kaiawase (shell matching). The box is black lacquer with beautiful gilt pigment family crest on the lid. Incised metal hardware adorns each ...
Vintage Maitland-Smith tessellated travertine stone box with wood
interior, circa 1980. Features an intentionally carved diagonal "chipping" to represent an old world artifact. Heavy duty chrome hinge. No maker's mark.