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.”
19th-century Chinese rosewood vanity box with fold-down mirror
and two drawers crafted with dovetail joints and silver fittings. Top and silvered backing on mirror are distressed. Missing clasp at front. Height is 14.25"H when open. Age wear, distressed mirror, missing ...
Black Forest-style hand-carved walnut box with a pair
of birds, probably doves, on the top. It has carved leaves on the front and sides and is raised on bracket feet. Retains the original lining and has the original lock. No ...