Julie Goldman is a born collaborator, whether she’s fishing with her father in the marshlands of Louisiana, browsing Christie’s catalogs with a fellow art collector, or teaming up with artisans on designs and products for J. Latter Design, the L.A. firm she founded in 2000. After graduating with a degree in art history from Tufts, the flea market aficionado returned to New Orleans to work for the hallowed firm of Holden & Dupuy. Her tutelage in antiques there is reflected in the way she reimagines pieces to add distinction and function to modern settings. Her one-of-a-kind interiors always look artisanal and touched by hand.
The easiest way to transform your bedroom into
a sumptuous sanctuary: Add a luxurious headboard to your bed. With its gentle curves and nail-head trim, this upholstered headboard will certainly do the trick. Attaches to any standard bed frame. Handcrafted ...
Pair of antiqued turned-wood headboards and footboards. Frames
included. When designing a Manhattan townhouse, a beach house getaway, or a Northern California residence, self-taught designer James “Ford” Huniford blends new and old, uniting found objects with refined materials in distinctive ...
Chippendale-style twin-size headboard by Baker Furniture, circa 1960.
The main body of the headboard is solid cherry wood, while the base stretcher with label appears to be pine with a cherry stain. Marked with a Baker Furniture plaque. Height from ...