With a precise curatorial eye, NYC interior designer Kevin Hart intermixes color and form to create luxurious, livable spaces that celebrate ease, function, and a medley of traditional and modern. His very first official design project, a NYC townhouse he furnished with unique finds from London’s Portobello Road and antiques from Tangier and Marrakech, landed him on the cover of House Beautiful. Kevin believes that a well-designed home reflects the client, not the designer. “I am more interested in creating experiences than showcasing acquisitions.”
Circa 1920 handmade Arts and Crafts golden Mission
oak framed mirror. Frame has beveled exterior edges and gorgeous graining. Mirror has age-appropriate faint cloudiness. Frame has a small hole on each long side where mirror was once bolted to a ...
French 1890s Wall mirror. Solid square wood frame,
newly painted in a pale oyster color with gray trims, and a beautiful distressed finish. Has a center top crest with leaves and scrolls, and elegant carvings around the frame. Beveled mirror ...
Art Nouveau-style wall mirror in solid wood frame
carved with a repeating flowers and leaves motif. Wired in the back and ready to hang. No maker's mark. Refinished by Mission Avenue Studio.