Taylor Borsari began her career in Los Angeles with Michael S Smith, dean of updated traditional. There she managed residential projects in Beverly Hills and Malibu. Since founding her own boutique design studio in 2005 in Las Vegas, she has deployed her new-wave chic look from Laguna Beach to Maine. Her twists on traditional include using horizontal planks for walnut cabinets in a kitchen redo and trading tired nautical motifs for organic textures and patterns in beachfront homes. The epitome of her approach is the elegant and indestructible Eames fiberglass chairs that the mother of two uses at the dining table in her Newport Beach home.
This mango wood dresser feels slender and chic
thanks to its campaign-inspired silhouette, recessed brasses, and matching corner brackets. Trimmed with four sliding drawers for optimal bedside storage. This design is unfinished and primed for paint.
1930s Chinese dressing table painted on all four
sides in red and black with a single drawer in front. Top opens with lifting mirror and two flip-top surfaces. Top closed, 25"L x 17"W x 35.5"H; top opened, 44"L. Some paint ...
Antique Swedish Karelian Birch dressing table with oval
swivel mirror, two lockable side compartments for jewelry or perfume, and two lockable drawers with brass hardware and two keys, atop bun feet. Dresser and mirror/compartments are two separate pieces. Dresser without ...