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.
During the 1930s, Chase Brass & Copper Co.,
Inc., commissioned designers such as Walter von Nessen and Russel Wright to create new products in the modernist style. This bud vase by Chase is from that era, composed of four copper ...
This set of clear glass vases with aged
brass bands comes in three different heights to fit different spaces in your home, or else cluster them together to add height and depth to a large floral arrangement.
Black glass trumpet vase ornately etched on all
sides with birds of paradise flying above gardens. Maker attributed to Paden City, WV; Lela Bird pattern, circa 1920. Felted feet on underside. Light wear.