Darryl Carter has been included in’s inaugural “A-List” of American designers, ’s list of the world’s top 100 designers, and ’s “Who’s Who in American Design.” Beautifully balancing the modern with the antique and the simple with the ornate, his interiors honor the classical elements of the past and the present. His collaborations include a paint collection with Benjamin Moore and a lighting line with the Urban Electric Company. In 2013 he opened his first boutique in Washington, DC.
Antique Chippendale-style gilt gesso over wood mirror. Two
eagle heads at the top crown following down to an acanthus leaf design. Stylized fleur-de-lis cluster design at the top center. No maker's mark. Some cracking to gesso, patina and surface wear. ...
Chippendale-style wall mirror made with highly grained mahogany
veneers. The frame has a gilded inner edge and gilded shell and foliate carved details. Excellent craftsmanship with wood backing. No maker's mark. Light foxing to mirror.