Iconic designer Tony Duquette was renowned for his over-the-top theatrical sets, the grand fetes he staged, and perhaps most of all, his jaw-dropping interiors. His talent and magnetism kept him in the spotlight through most of the 20th century. With his namesake studio still open for business, and longtime partner Hutton Wilkinson at the helm, Duquette’s singular style continues to make its magnificent mark.
Surfrider Beach, Malibu California. A print that recalls
the big ‘60s surf days. Framed.Steve Brooks’ approach to interiors takes its cues from his appetite for adventure, his passion for travel, and a Southern California childhood spent clad in board shorts ...
Black and white print of flowers. Set in
gilt frame with stepped cream and gray matting. From Mr. Hadley's ground floor in Southport, Connecticut.In three special estate sales presented and curated by Gerald Bland, One Kings Lane honors Albert Hadley, ...
Vintage print in an oversize distressed mango-wood frame.
Steve Brooks’ approach to interiors takes its cues from his appetite for adventure, his passion for travel, and a Southern California childhood spent clad in board shorts and flip-flops. Fun colors, old ...