A firm believer that environment dramatically affects quality of life, LA designer Elisabeth Weinstock emphasizes a balance of colors, space and form--and staying true to the integrity of a home’s architecture and a client’s personality. “No two homes are alike, just as no two people are alike,” says Weinstock. “My goal is to create a home that reflects a client’s lifestyle--not an overly decorated interior-design project.”
Pair of vintage candleholders with four wood balls
clustered together at base and turned wood candle cup on top. Three wooden balls on the bottom have a peg foot. No maker's marks. Some surface wear, wax marks.
Pair of wood instruments been made into playful
and chic candleholders.Perfected over a dozen years of designing for an impressive celebrity clientele, Robert Verdi’s unique formula for impeccable interiors has earned him a reputation as a king of eclectic design. ...