With a forward-thinking aesthetic--think low-key Hamptons luxury with a midcentury Palm Beach punch--and a sustainable approach to achieving it, Lee Kleinhelter reimagines one-of-a-kind finds to give them new function. Pieces, her popular interiors boutique in Atlanta’s chic West Buckhead neighborhood, is designed to turn heads when you drive by. The juxtaposition of color and white space, playful patterns, and sophisticated vintage lines present vignettes so original that design moguls and A-list clients do more than look--they stop.
Large antique European carved giltwood mirror dating to
the first quarter of the 19th century. Originally purchased in the 1960s Old Versaille on the Upper East Side of NYC. Has a sturdy hanging wire and brass brackets to mount within ...
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. ...
The seams between these artfully antiqued mirrors are
accented with gold rosettes. A thick, antiqued-gold-leaf-finished frame in a barbed quatrefoil shape completes the heirloom feel of this mirror. Hangs both horizontally and vertically.