Hailed in as “Today’s Tastemaker,” Timothy Corrigan has a client list that includes European and Middle Eastern royalty, Hollywood celebrities, and corporate leaders across industries. With offices in Los Angeles and Paris, his distinctive "comfortable elegance" aesthetic has been featured inand He has also been named to the AD100 list for the last eight years running. In addition to releasing his first book (Rizzoli, October 2013), he is busy designing a line of fabrics, furniture, and floor coverings for F. Schumacher, slated to debut in the spring of 2014.
Handsome English mahogany chest from the late-19th-century. Its
seven large drawers and two smaller upper drawers provide ample storage while providing great style. Prince of Wales inlaid wood parquetry on the chamfered corners of the upper chest add an extra ...
19th-century Louis XVI-style desk. This desk is called
a bureau de bonheur (a desk of happiness) because it is where women wrote their "special" correspondence. There are four drawers and a central drawer with a lock to hide away those ...
The clean, elegant lines of this cabinet from
the early 19th-century are accented by lovely gilt bronze and wood details. Single cupboard door reveals a single interior shelf. Perfect as an end table or nightstand. The beautiful graining of the ...