Never defined or limited by any single era, a Robert Passal interior oozes luxurious style. The designer’s knack for textures, patterns, and the layering and melding of disparate elements has given Passal a reputation as a mastermind of the eclectic. “Like things go together, but then again I’m all about breaking the rules,” he says. With an aesthetic that could be summed up as sophisticated, collected, and curated, he handpicks pieces that will take any room on a trajectory from the mundane to the extraordinary.
French painted writing table standing on four cabriole
legs with acanthus leaf detailing. Bottom stretcher that meets at a center lyre. Single working drawer on one side and faux drawer on the back. The piece is beautifully carved on both ...
19th-century English oak umbrella stand with carved top
rails, hand-turned finials and supported on hand-turned spool shaped legs. Raised on turned feet. Retains its original drip tray. Age wear.
Pair of antique French carved Louis XVI style
grey painted oval back armchairs standing on four straight fluted legs. Newly upholstered in Belgium linen with original spaced nail trim detail. Seat, 17"H.