Kristin Rocke is NCIDQ certified with clients coast to coast working primarily in Park City, Utah. Her interiors are strikingly forward and individualistic. Multi-lingual in decorative languages, she is adept at creating a narrative for a home. She favors heavy doses of white and saturated color. Her spaces are comfortable, livable backdrops for an exuberant life. Imbuing a sense of daring, her interiors follow a less trespassed course. She listens to clients and executes with professionalism.
Vintage Tiffin blown alexandrite glass console bowl that
changes color from lavender and anthracite in natural/incandescent light to blue and dark green in fluorescent light. No maker's mark.
French Henriot Quimper oval faience bowl, circa 1960.
The center shows a femme de la campagne, a French Breton country woman standing between two shrubs wearing the traditional dress and holding a flower. The wide yellow border has three concentric ...
Vintage Murano scalloped rim oval shaped console bowl
in white cased glass and copper aventurine reticello technique. The bowl picks up bits of pale green in the interior and exterior. No maker's mark.