Bucks County, PA, neighbors and Trove Decor founders Meg Newell, Christine Edmonds, and Rebecca Bancroft share a passion for rescuing and revitalizing vintage furniture. Together the MBA, the photo stylist, and the theater maven curate an eclectic home-decor collection, breathe new life into timeless but tired pieces with fresh, unexpected upholstery, and rewire every alabaster lamp and crystal chandelier that comes their way. A portion of the profits will benefit A Love for Life for pancreatic cancer research.
Pair of cream 1940s Wedgwood Queensware lamps, decorated
with a hand-applied dusty blue-green wreath of grapes and leaves. Lamps were a pair of flower vases converted into lamps. Each sits on a footed square Lucite base and has been recently ...
Pair of Wedgwood porcelain ashtrays.With an eclectic aesthetic
all her own, Boston-based designer Cynthia Driscoll mixes clean, contemporary lines with handpicked vintage and antique pieces gathered from every continent. Bronze sculptures from South Africa, architectural fragments from Paris, and German ...
Pair of vintage Wedgewood ashtrays, made in England.Raji
Radhakrishnan is a versatile designer known for her cerebral, respectful approach to different architectural, design, and historical styles, and she defines her own personal aesthetic as one of a “mix master.” In ...