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.
19th-century English mahogany center table with hand-turned carved
urn pedestal. The top has a carved, beveled edge and is raised on curved tripod legs. The knees are carved with acanthus leaves and follow down to bun feet. Light wear.
Edwardian Renaissance Revival oak library table featuring monumental
spool legs, acanthus leaf supports, single drawer with lock (no key), and the original patina that includes ink stains and water marks. Scratches, minor repairs to veneer on top.
18th-century English Georgian mahogany dumbwaiter. There are three
circular shelves that rotate divided by turned sections supported by three pod feet/legs. Typical old metal strap across the bottom for more support; nice dovetail base. Age wear, minor wood shrinkage.