Fashion designer John Dransfield and textile designer Geoffrey Ross are the influential designers behind Dransfield & Ross. Melding their passions, they create a home collection with an idiosyncratic mix of textures and colors, imbued with their encyclopedic knowledge of the decorative arts. Crediting the internet with accelerating a communal exposure to a myriad of visual references, they traverse a tightrope that balances trend with timelessness, and make it their mission is to create home accessories that reflect this evolution of enlightenment.
French 1890s Wall mirror. Solid square wood frame,
newly painted in a pale oyster color with gray trims, and a beautiful distressed finish. Has a center top crest with leaves and scrolls, and elegant carvings around the frame. Beveled mirror ...
A Côte d'Azur style wall mirror dating from
the 1980s. A maple frame is beveled and decorated at the top with carved intersecting arcs forming a lattice pattern. Painted in a stone wash, hand distressed by Mission Avenue Studio. Wired ...
Tall 1870s French trumeau mirror. Solid walnut wood
frame, newly painted in a oyster and gray combination with a distressed finish. Elegant carvings all throughout the front, with a large center carved crest of leaves, ribbon, seashells, scrolls and musical ...