Known for her fresh take on traditional style, Phoebe Howard's work can only be characterized by its timelessness and her mantra to "keep it pretty." Her penchant for creating stylish spaces has evolved into her own brand of decorating. Phoebe’s keen eye is what sets Mrs. Howard apart from other retail stores. She scours the country and the world for the most interesting and beautiful objects, and her discerning taste is what makes each store sparkle and stand out. To read more about her stores, her projects and her decorating tips, visit her blog Mrs. Howard Personal Shopper.
Carved mahogany game table, circa 1810. Features a
serpentine top with a reeded edge, acanthus corners, twist-reeded tapered legs, and brass-capped feet with castor wheels. Folds open on gate-leg swings. Measures 37.5"L x 37.5"W when open.
William & Mary-style maple tavern table with a
stretcher base, single drawer and pine top; circa 1750-1770. Delicate turnings, pegged construction and fully dovetailed drawer with double turned knobs. Age wear, refinished.
Wood game table carved in the Provençal style
with curved legs, hoof feet, and center brass-handled drawer. Wood game rests at each corner slide to and fro easily. Beige leather surface is richly embellished with embossed gilt edging.