1930s English chalkboard with gray painted frame and shelf.
Exactly 10 years ago, British-born and bred Charlie Allen and his very American wife Kristin opened their lighting and furniture emporium, Avantgarden, in a 1950s gas station in Pound Ridge, NY. A haven for sophisticated minimalists and design rebels, Avantgarden's raw but inviting space brings together the very best in European industrial lighting, as well as a curated collection of furniture, art and objects collected from France, England and Belgium. It's also a showcase for their original lighting and furniture designs.
Gorgeous seascape, illegible signature. In original frame, circa
1950.With products recently featured in House Beautiful and Architectural Digest, Coleen Company is a treasured source among the country's top interior designers. True to her passion for pieces that add style and ...
Mid-20th-century French landscape with dappled light in woods;
signed Peliteau in lower left corner.Since opening her gallery in Washington, D.C., almost 20 years ago, Susan Calloway has developed a following that ranges from young couples buying their first “real” work ...
Abstract acrylic painting from the Pranayama Art Inc.
gallery.Dubbed “The Mixmaster,” NYC-based Interior designer Eric Cohler fuses the classical and the contemporary, creating spaces with layers of unusual texture and color. In addition to projects throughout the world, Cohler’s repertoire ...