Drawing upon a room’s past for its inspiration, a Thomas Jayne interior reflects a strong connection to time and place. Seeking out details that will deepen and enliven a room’s decoration, the NYC-based designer and author filters a space’s history through a clear-eyed prism of present-day practicality and lifestyles. Praised for its unique approach and quality, his work has appeared in Architectural Digest’s AD100 and Elle Decor’s A-List and has won the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art’s Arthur Ross Award for Interior Design.
Bleached and weathered oriental wood capital. Julia Winston
Adams has been a curator, designer, collector, and teacher of the decorative arts for a half-century. She has curated three 19th-century houses, has taught 18th-century decorative arts at UCLA, and was an ...
Pair of 19th-century Italian stone Doric columns, made
more charming by the moss that embellishes their capitals. Suzanne Golden Antiques brings the best of European design to New York City and is the go-to resource for the likes of Victoria ...