Vogue magazine called Nannette Brown “the social doyenne of fine papers” for her years at the helm of Mrs. John L. Strong, the stationery company favored by New York's society set. But before then, Brown headed an interior design firm whose spaces were featured in House & Garden, Town & Country, and Elle Decor, among other publications. Her high style and modern approach to fashion, luxury, and interiors have long made her a favorite style-setter for those in the know.
Standing over seven feet tall, this intricately carved
four-poster bed is sure to command immediate attention. Finished with an upholstered camelback headboard and steel nailheads. Mattress and box spring required.
19th-century English oak umbrella stand with carved top
rails, hand-turned finials and supported on hand-turned spool shaped legs. Raised on turned feet. Retains its original drip tray. Age wear.
This image from Christine Flynn is so beautifully
captured and reproduced, you can almost hear the calming waters and feel the sand between your toes. Printed on fine-art paper, matted, and set in a crisp white frame, this piece arrives ...