Darryl Carter has been included in Elle Decor’s inaugural “A-List” of American designers, Architectural Digest’s list of the world’s top 100 designers, and House Beautiful’s “Who’s Who in American Design.” Beautifully balancing the modern with the antique and the simple with the ornate, his interiors honor the classical elements of the past and the present. His collaborations include a paint collection with Benjamin Moore and a lighting line with the Urban Electric Company. In 2013 he opened his first boutique in Washington, DC.
Nitophyllum Laceratum, red algae seaweed hand-colored copper plate
engraving by English naturalist James Sowerby (1791-1814). Dated 1802. Displayed in cream and gold matting, silver leaf wood frame under glass. Image, 7.25"H x 4.75"L.
Italian bar cart in the style of Maison
Jansen finished in silver with polished brass hardware. Marked "Made in Italy" with a stamped metal tag. Some patina and wear to finishes, chip in corner of lower shelf.
The perfect marriage of traditional and contemporary decor,
this sophisticated sofa is handcrafted with button-tufted upholstery, tuxedo arms, and polished nailhead trim atop transparent acrylic legs.