Creating a home that looks richly collected rather than “designed” is one of Michael S Smith’s hallmarks. The acclaimed designer travels the world for inspiration. A scholar of all things decorative, he seamlessly incorporates tribal textiles and antique tapestries with vintage sterling tea sets and Blue Willow china in his stunning spaces.
East meets West in this eye-catching armchair. The
hardwood is styled to resemble bamboo, that mainstay of Asian furnishings, but the curved legs and crisscross fretwork of the seat back call to mind classic European styles. The result is open, ...
This slick, round side table has decorative metal
rings attached to each leg. The top has an insert with painted black glass for added style.Starting out with a mere eighteen pedestals and plant stands, Bailey Street took the occasional-furniture market ...
Inspired by the styles of the silent movie
error, this mirrored side table has stylish curved lines, a beveled mirror top, and a large, lined hidden drawer.Starting out with a mere eighteen pedestals and plant stands, Bailey Street took the ...