A former lawyer with no formal training in design, Paul Corrie followed his passion and established Paul Corrie Interiors in 2005. The industry and the shelter press took note immediately. An innovator in modern classical design known for his warm, familiar spaces, Paul Corrie was recognized by Traditional Home as 2010′s “Favorite Young Traditional Designer.” In 2012, he opened a new studio in Washington, D.C., which he personally curates with vintage and antique pieces he sources from flea markets, estate sales, and dealers worldwide.
Set of 12 black salad plates, circa 1940.
Intricately pierced with flower detail.Designer, stylist, magazine editor, and tastemaker, Eddie Ross has worked at some of America’s most beloved magazines, including House Beautiful, Martha Stewart Living, and Southern Living. He has ...
Set of four blue Depression glass plates with
a decorative border. No maker's marks.Retro Gallery in Los Angeles has been a top source for vintage accessories and lighting for nearly two decades. Owner Ara Tavitian, himself a passionate collector, is ...
Set of two custom-designed salad plates, individually crafted
by a Mexico City glass artisan. A versatile size for salad or dessert and are dishwasher-safe. “Morocco meets Mexico” is a shorthand description of the aesthetic of Carol Romano and Insh’ala, her ...