Hailed in Architectural Digest as “Today’s Tastemaker,” Timothy Corrigan has a client list that includes European and Middle Eastern royalty, Hollywood celebrities, and corporate leaders across industries. With offices in Los Angeles and Paris, his distinctive "comfortable elegance" aesthetic has been featured in Elle Decor, House Beautiful, Town & Country, and The Wall Street Journal. He has also been named to the AD100 list for the last eight years running. In addition to releasing his first book (Rizzoli, October 2013), he is busy designing a line of fabrics, furniture, and floor coverings for F. Schumacher, slated to debut in the spring of 2014.
Vintage Drexel Heritage banded mahogany hunt sideboard, circa
1950. It has serpentine styling, brass gallery, and dovetailed construction. The three drawers are 4"H. Part of the Wallace Nutting Collection. Table height, 33"H.
Traditional California Mission bench with rich dark brown
finish, curve arms. rounded legs and a custom medium foam density cushion. Seat: 16"H shows minor wear on finish, some bubbling and scratches
An open silhouette, exposed frame, and splayed legs
speak to the klismos-inspired influence of this beautifully contoured mahogany bench. We love how its amply padded upholstery stands in bold contrast to its exposed, espresso-finished frame.