San Francisco Bay Area fashion and lifestyle designer Erica Tanov has always been drawn to well-designed things with a natural, enduring beauty. Long a collector of treasures full of history, Erica cherishes authenticity and embraces imperfection. Both her exquisitely tailored clothing and eclectic-chic home furnishing collections reflect her love of blending opulence and glamour with the rugged and the raw, amounting to an effortless style of understated bohemian luxury. Her stores in California and New York capture her relaxed, lived-in grandeur.
1960s Danish solid mahogany credenza in the original
mahogany finish with black lines between the doors. The top has a black Micarta insert. Four doors, three sections, the sides have one door with one adjustable wood shelf. The center section ...
Set of six Danish teak dining chairs reupholstered
in soft heathered blue felted wool. Unusual design is both architectural and reminiscent of the Nakashima cantilever leg design achieved in the Conoid chair. Curved backs and padded seats are comfortable. Side ...
A gray crackle glazed vase designed by Thorkild
Olsen (reflection of the camera shown in picture). Thorkild Oswald Olsen was a Danish painter and ceramist, he created the Celadon style for Royal Copenhagen. He is represented in Royal Copenhagen Museum; ...