John Mazur masterfully transforms found objects into eye-catching accents and interiors. His Long Island store, Material Objects, offers an unexpected inventory--from industrial storage to vintage glass--to be used as is or reimagined in fabulously unprecedented ways. A chronic sketcher, risk-taker, and believer in filling your home with things you love, John is also at the helm of Mazur & Co., an architectural and design firm that creates unique structures and interiors from reclaimed materials and pieces he discovers along the way.
Pair of Chinese root-form wall shelf brackets, circa
2000. Fashion designer John Dransfield and textile designer Geoffrey Ross are the influential duo behind New York-based company Dransfield & Ross. Melding their passions, the twosome have created a chic collection of ...
Pair of vine-shaped bronze candleholders. Kelly Harmon is
an internationally noted designer whose style combines strong elements of country simplicity intriguingly integrated with period antiques. Her portfolio is filled with living quarters designed to free their occupants of the pressures ...
Pair of important and well-documented carved tree root
chairs with leather-upholstered seats that were original furnishings from Al Capone's North Wisconsin retreat nicknamed "The Hideout." They come with provenance documentation. The original leather on both has paint drippings and staining. ...