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.
A rare French Art Deco Etling opalescent crystal
lotus coupe with chrome and opalescent crystal base. Compote dish has a blossomed lotus leaf starburst design in relief on the outside and underside. Silver bent leg base surrounding a fluted opalescent ...
Four-piece fluted tea and coffee set, unusual for
having metal handles. Made in England of silverplate, circa 1890. Dimensions: Coffee pot, 9.5"L x 9"H; teapot, 10.5"L x 6"H; sugar bowl, 7"L x 4.25"H; cream jug 5"L x 4.25"H.
Grand Maison Quimper oval open vegetable server in
the Couronnes pattern, circa 1920. Decorated with a floral garland with the blue lining border, a Breton woman in the traditional dress standing between two upright arbustes shrubs. Rustically potted with unglazed ...