An MBA, a photo stylist, and a theater maven respectively, Bucks County, PA, neighbors and Trove Decor founders Meg Newell, Christine Edmonds, and Rebecca Bancroft share a passion for rescuing and revitalizing vintage furniture. Together they breathe new life into an eclectic jumble of timeless but tired pieces with fresh, unexpected upholstery and passionately rewire every alabaster lamp and crystal chandelier that comes their way. A portion of this sale’s proceeds will benefit Habitat for Humanity.
1960s ceramic pedestal fruit bowl with intricate gold
accents. "The detail on this handsome vintage fruit bowl, with its gold and peach handwork, really captures the sophistication of the period."Known for his unique brand of luxurious modernism, Christopher Kennedy is ...
Vintage English fluted ceramic fruit bowl with pink
glaze and fruit motif at the center of the bowl. Stamped "Brentleigh Staffordshire England.”Born in England, Charlotte di Carcaci lives with her husband and three children, splitting their time among London, the ...
Kensington Lurelle Guild aluminum fruit bowl with Lucite
accent on base. Lurelle Guild, born in Syracuse, New York, was an American architect and industrial designer. Lurelle Guild Associates designed home furnishings and decorative arts. In the early 1930s Alcoa, actively ...