Fashion designer John Dransfield and textile designer Geoffrey Ross are the influential designers behind Dransfield & Ross. Melding their passions, they create a home collection with an idiosyncratic mix of textures and colors, imbued with their encyclopedic knowledge of the decorative arts. Crediting the internet with accelerating a communal exposure to a myriad of visual references, they traverse a tightrope that balances trend with timelessness, and make it their mission is to create home accessories that reflect this evolution of enlightenment.
Pair of 19th-century English carved oak wing chairs.
Newly upholstered in a textured greige and ivory striped linen on the face and solid linen on the back and sides. Details include Seat, 17"H; arm, 24"H.
Pair of 19th-century English oak stools with newly
upholstered linen seats, supported on hand-turned spool leg bases and stretchers. Raised on turned feet. Age wear and shrinkage, newly upholstered in linen.
Pair of 19th-century brass hollow finials each with
openings on bottom and one side.Born in Shanghai and raised in San Francisco, Vivian Kimmelman opened Berkshire Home & Antiques in Great Barrington, MA, in 1999. A mecca for design-world denizens, the ...