The face is familiar—you’ve seen LA-based designer Erinn Valencich and her work on NBC’s American Dream Builders, on HGTV, and in top shelter magazines. Her distinctive style springs from a classic base, then takes flight with color, boldly glamorous accessories, and a sense of fun.
Pair of midcentury Neoclassical-style fauteuils, circa 1950. Newly
upholstered in Donghia fabric. The wood frames are painted off-white with blue highlighting; some of the carvings and hints of red show through the blue. Age wear, some paint loss.
Pair of pieces composed with black Sumi ink
on handmade Indian paper. Each floated on cream linen and displayed in a new black frame. Signed "JM" by John Mayberry at the lower right. From the artist's collection. Frame, 13"L x ...
Pair of 19th-century painted pine console tables from
England. The tables have plank tops, following down to simple aprons and nicely turned front legs with square legs in the back for fitting flush against a wall. Overall wear and shrinkage, ...