The energy of a room is greatly dictated by the gestalt sum of the objects and references being employed. The team is always on a constant search for items that elevate the experience of a space. We enjoy shopping for pieces for clients that will fit their tastes and needs for an area.

The team is always on a constant search for items that elevate the experience of a space. 

Our shopping process is a custom-tailored one in which we personally peruse the town for the ideal pieces to complete a space. These shopping field trips tend to yield a wide range of ideas, moods, and styles. Here are our latest Finds & Favorites:

  • Alison Berger Glassworks for Holly Hunt Lighting is an exceptional collaborative partnership. Alison Berger is known for her romantic sources and the use of age-old glass blowing techniques. Her usual aesthetic has been put through the Holly Hunt modernist filter, and the result is handsome glass forms transcending trend.
  • Alison Berger Glassworks offers a wide range of bespoke options. The glass is hand-blown and etched by artisans. Clients can choose favorite poems, song lyrics, love letters. Alison Berger has been known to use a Da Vinci manuscript as a reference to mimic the hand style. The Scripted Chandelier enjoyed brief internet notoriety because of Architectural Digest’s video on singer John Legend’s Los Angeles home.
  • Even delicate tapered forms are transformed with the use of hand-blown leaded crystal. The Amphora pendant does a great job encasing the incandescence.
  • Christian Astuguevieille is a highly collectible French Artisan known for his wrapped in cord furniture pieces. The Afritaco Bookcase comes in Macassar Ebony wrapped in a hand braided hemp cord. This piece is an excellent example of how to incorporate natural materials in a modern context.
  • The Wyeth Console would make for a great entryway solution. The peculiar shape of its cast bronze pulls in full display, playing against the straight edges.

Keep a lookout for more of our favorite October interior décor finds coming soon!