FLAIR owners George Nunno and Jon Maroto both had previous careers in fashion, which meant frequent visits to the style capitals of the world--Paris, Florence, Antwerp, London. They established a network of private dealers and suppliers who granted them access to the hard-to-find and interesting pieces that they continue to seek out today. With an exacting eye for color, proportion, and elegance, they have an elegantly modern, sexy, unexpected style, often combining vintage furniture with pieces of their design and new and artisanal works.
An antique map of Baltimore, Maryland from the
1860s to 1880s period. The map engraving retains the original hand-coloring, which was used to delineate political subdivisions and geographic boundaries. Framed in linen with a wood veneer frame, with UV Glass ...
Anyone would treasure this elegant wood frame stained
in an antique copper finish and detailed with an attractive cross-hatch pattern. It is hand-carved from versatile and fast-growing mango wood, a sustainable, dense hard wood. Holds a 5" x 7" photo. ...
Early-20th-century rococo-style armchair newly upholstered in floral pattern
cotton by Annie Selke. Double welting in indigo linen. Mahogany frame has been hand-painted several shades of blue and old white and distressed to reveal multiple levels. Fabric treated with protectant. Frame ...