Pair of green monopod corner tables with faux-marble tops and bases.
Iris Apfel has always lived life to the fullest, and at an age when most people would be long retired, she's a nonstop style icon whose unique fashion sense has been celebrated in a show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She and her husband Carl opened Old World Weavers in 1950 and ran it until 1992. Between design projects, Iris has traveled the world, tirelessly collecting. She's opened her warehouse for the first time for One Kings Lane.
Pair of faux-marble painted end tables.Fashion designer John
Dransfield and textile designer Geoffrey Ross are the influential duo behind the 16-year-old NYC-based company Dransfield Ross. Melding their passions, the twosome have created a chic collection of home goods defined by ...
Pair of 1980s American green marble egg table
lamps with three upturned bronze dolphin mounts on black lacquered triangular bases. The shades rest on simple brass columns and shell finials are included. Wired for US use and in working condition. ...
Pair of lacquered faux-marble side tables with brass
accents.Kelly Wearstler is not just an interior designer, she’s a style icon. She has primed the lifestyle and design experiences for top resorts and hotels around the world, designed ready-to-wear and accessories, ...