Bridging the worlds of fine art, fashion, interior design, and architecture, Nicole Hollis is known for her uncompromising curatorial vision. With a raw, neutral palette, rich textures, and organic materials, a Nicole Hollis interior evokes the natural world transformed through artistic and technological innovation. A firm believer in traditional craftsmanship and the genius of collaboration, Nicole works with leading artists and artisans to create a timeless sense of ease and luxury.
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 ...
1880s painted plaster over wood. Gilded details on
deeply beveled frame. Water gilded champagne gold interior edge. Possible newer mirror early 1900s. Newspaper found inside from Philidelphia 1902. Back replaced and new hardware installed. Wired for both vertical or horizontal ...
1950s cream, gold, and gray painted wood mirror
with a delicate scrolling relief design on the frame. Attached hangers with chain on the verso for hanging. Frame has some loss to the gesso decoration with nicks and dings.