Known for the fabulous fashion-forward furnishings and wallpaper they curate for each project, Ron Woodson and Jaime Rummerfield are a sought-after ticket on the interior-design scene. Co-owners of LA’s tony Woodson & Rummerfield’s House of Design, these California stylemakers incorporate a stylized Hollywood aesthetic and sleek modernity into every setting. Amid decorating breathtaking homes for some of the most dynamic personalities around the country, they released a book, packed with stunning projects and chic tips.
Brightly colored still life acrylic painting of a
mandolin, playing cards, and books artfully displayed on a table by French artist Madeleine Scali (1911-2000), circa 1960. Unsigned. Displayed on a white mat with a gold border and fits a standard-size ...
A pair of vintage playing card prints displayed
on black paper mats with metallic trim and in giltwood frames with carved details at each corner. Reverse sides painted in brown, covered with paper, and attached metal hangers.
19th-century Japanese woodblock print of a geisha playing
a card game with an older gentlemen. Features intricate detailing and lovely colors. Signed in upper right corner. Displayed in a stained wood frame. Image, 9"W x 12.5"H.