Louis XV Period Oak Table, France, Circa 1750French Louis XV period provincial table with scalloped apron, cabriole legs and leaf forms on knees. The border has been stained black. I invite y0u to join me here in the Trianon Antiques showroom at the Boston Design Center for a little luncheon a deux… Pull up a … Read more
I went to a lovely event tonight in my town. Duxbury was founded in 1635 by John and Priscilla Alden – of Mayflower fame. Priscilla Mullins came over with her family, all of whom died over their first winter here in the new world. At 18, she was one of the only available women around. … Read more
I thought I’d do a little redecorating – in my dream living room, courtesy of 1st Dibs The content of this post was old and outdated, so has been removed. Meanwhile, I highly recommend poking around 1st Dibs a bit, so much beauty there! Or, here’s a little round up some of my past … Read more
Belle Escape, a leading online retailer of hand-painted cottage style furniture, recently announced the launch of Belle Maison Francaise (Belle Maison), a new online store that specializes in stylish French furniture and decor. “French furniture is experiencing a modern-day renaissance,” says Donna Jensen-Madier, founder of Belle Escape and Belle Maison. “Designer showrooms are filled with … Read more
My friend, and fellow IFDA member, Tricia Mitchell of Avolli Scandinavian Antique Furnishings has put together a nice little grouping of American and Swedish inspired Christmas decorating ideas and I wanted to share them with you all: Swedish style American style Thanks Tricia! You can visit Tricia’s website here.
Have you been on 1st Dibs recently? I’ve been a big fan of this site for a few years and I’m just so impressed with how they’ve grown. Their in depth content has made them them a real go-to site for the decorative arts. And, they are clearly not resting on their laurels. They recently … Read more