Marc Charbonnet, a native New Orleanian, first arrived in New York on the Fourth of July, a day he recalls as his “personal day of independence.” With a penchant for the classic and a knack for elegant, comfortable interiors, he has now been at the helm of MECA, his NYC interior decorating and design firm, for nearly two decades. He was included in Architectural Digest's AD 100 (including the cover) for three consecutive years.
Pair of Art Deco green glass serving dishes
with fluted sides.A well-known face on London’s vintage circuit, with her own stall on the world famous Portobello antique market, Scottish-born Emma Caderni is widely cherished for her specialist knowledge, natural eclecticism, ...
Glass serving bowl with green Wedgwood-style decorative band.
Hexagonal pedestal. G3Q Designs is a Southern California-based vintage styling firm started by Brooke Rauch and Laura Giuliani. The pair offers an eclectic mix of vintage furniture and accessories with flavors of ...