Based in Atlanta, Georgia, Margaret Kirkland’s classic, elegant interiors take their cues from a home’s architecture, scale, and natural light--and often from a client’s favorite object, color, or work of art. One of her greatest pleasures is hunting through a client’s storage for old treasures to imbue with new life, which also brings the client’s personality into the space. She mined treasures from her own collection for this Tastemaker Tag Sale.
"Fleurs Fond Brun,” framed floral still life; oil
painting on canvas by Pierre Ramel, 1963, signed. An interior designer, magazine editor, author, enthusiastic chef, and fashion icon, Chessy Rayner was an engaging spirit renowned for her sophisticated, but never precious, ...
Oil on canvas still life of fruit, flower
and copper pot, signed by E. Rosch, 1917. Gold and black frame.Born in Shanghai and raised in San Francisco, Vivian Kimmelman opened Berkshire Home Antiques in Great Barrington, MA, in 1999. A ...
Flowers oil painting signed Schulz-Schwieder, 1930.The father-and-daughter team
behind 25-year-old Alhambra (Antiques), Ignacio Granda and Olga Granda-Scott (left), derive their inspiration from great historical styles and the authenticity of craftsmanship. Offering an eye-catching international mix of the ...