Down-to-earth and free-spirited, decorator Lauren Liess embraces imperfection and the general mayhem of life with a laid back approach to design and living. Her style feels relaxed, natural and collected. Lauren recently launched a textile collection inspired by common weeds and wildflowers, and writes the popular design blog "Pure Style Home." She lives in Virginia, just outside of Washington, D.C, with her husband, David, and their three boys.
1960s Modernist hand-blown and hand-carved cased glass vase
in white and green. Green hue is darker on bottom and creates an ombre effect as color rises. Unmarked but likely of Scandinavian design due to style and content. Very light age ...
Pair of floral Asian enamel vases with stands.
Although similar, each hand-painted vase reflects the personality of the artist with similar, yet distinct patterns of roses, chrysanthemum, butterflies, etc. Matching stands included. No maker's mark. Interior throat of one vase ...
Large hand-carved porcelain moon vase with high-relief lotus
leaves and flowers. The lotus symbolizes purity of the heart and mind and represents long life, humility, honor, and tranquility. No maker's mark.