Beautiful but vastly dissimilar objects come together to create a one-of-a kind interior scene.
Baker Furniture’s Hepplewhite carved armchair was inspired by the iconic 18th-century London furniture-maker. The mahogany frame sports an ornate display of carved floral designs and ribbon patterns, as well as fine upholstery and sophisticated strapwork. It’s shown in a Venetian finish with worn gilt tipping. (kdrshowrooms.com)
Baker Furniture’s Dupre chest has a distinctive matte white plaster form with a carved floral motif. It’s part of Baker’s Luxe collection, a fashion-forward eclectic assembly inspired by the great designers of the 1970s. (kdrshowrooms.com)
Stay is an original artwork on canvas created with whimsy and rich imagination. A seemingly random but meaningful collage, it includes a so-so report card, a joker playing card and a botanical drawing. A bateau, the artist’s symbol of transcendence, awaits serenely in a field of color. (southandenglish.com)
Nancy Robinson is a contributing writer to Ladue News specializing in interiors and home décor.
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