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.
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 ...
Pair of 1960s Florence Knoll design for Knoll
Associates twin-size headboards in walnut with white laminate. Hollywood frame or wall-mount behind the mattress. Old Knoll tags on backs. This design is no longer in production. Moderate wear.
Set of two midcentury chinoiserie faux-bamboo twin-size headboards
made by Dixie. Elegant and refined overlapping squares in gold create the chinoiserie pattern. The bed posts are carved to give the look of bamboo. Refinished and lacquered with Blacken Slate from ...