Kim Lynn is a design maven with a penchant for storytelling, vignettes, and peppering a very traditional setting with punches of Mid-Century Modern. She and her husband, Darrell, have relocated to their Nashville, TN, roots after 15 years of life and travel in Tokyo; Stockholm; Bilbao, Spain; Sarasota, FL; and Atlanta. The Lynns continue to go off the beaten track (and to a network of resources cultivated during two decades of shopping estates) to curate a standout mix of antique and vintage furniture, accessories, and art.
Victorian-era pier mirror flanked by tripartite ionic columns
with turned details. A small shelf on the base provides a space for storage or display. Piece includes mirror and base. No maker's mark. Age wear.
French 1900s Empire Standing Wall Mirror. Mahogany wood
frame, newly painted in a gray & oyster combination with a distressed finish. Has carved columns on each side with a carved boarder. Mirror is fully reflective, and ready to be used. ...
Trumeau French Empire-style mirror. A Niermann Weeks of
New York designer piece. Frame made of pine painted cream and light brown has finely hand-painted vine leaflets around. Refinished by Mission Avenue Studio.