Never defined or limited by any single era, a Robert Passal interior oozes luxurious style. The designer’s knack for textures, patterns, and the layering and melding of disparate elements has given Passal a reputation as a mastermind of the eclectic. “Like things go together, but then again I’m all about breaking the rules,” he says. With an aesthetic that could be summed up as sophisticated, collected, and curated, he handpicks pieces that will take any room on a trajectory from the mundane to the extraordinary.
Midcentury ceramic vessel with varied gray finish, textured
sides, and gold ball feet.Gabriella Sarlo’s style could be described as a fresh, modern interpretation of a Parisian apartment. A longtime collector of fine furnishings, art, and accessories, she fell in love ...
Hand-thrown ceramic vessel with cobalt glaze and gold
decoration. Signed by artist on the underside.Multidisciplinary Los Angeles designer Michael Crispen studied at the Art Center College of Design, Pasadena and works in the fields of architecture, furniture, and interiors. Inspired ...
Italian ceramic Raymor vessel. This hallmarked piece is
a vibrant lapis blue with gold detailing. Miami-based gallery Vermillion is a renowned source for 20th-century American and European design. Furniture, lighting, art, and objets from such luminaries as Karl Springer, Giò ...