Glamorous 1970s Lucite bar with black glass top. Portable lights under top illuminate barware and items below. Ample room for bottle and glass display. One drawer.
Michael Herold Design
With charm, talent, and drive to spare, Michael Herold is a designer to watch. His luxe interiors are frequently featured in top shelter magazines including House Beautiful, Traditional Home, and NYC&G, among others. He’s making his mark on the US home-fashion scene with projects ranging from California boutique hotels to Hamptons estates. With a desire to always give back to his community, his recent work has also supported charitable organizations including the 2013 Hampton Designer Showhouse and Kravet’s Project Design benefitting the Ronald McDonald House of Long Island. His new flagship boutique showcases his signature style of exotic luxury and classic glamour.
Lucite towel bar and paper towel holder, circa
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Newly restored and lacquered in high gloss jet
black and metallic gold matte, this multi-function bar features recessed clover leaf detail on the front door, new Lucite knobs, and is finished on all sides and can float in any room. ...