Phoenix Day is celebrating over 160 years in the lighting business. The San Francisco-based company originally aided the plumbing and gas fittings industries during the California Gold Rush. Soon after, they shifted their focus to meet the needs of the lighting industry, producing the first fueled street lantern in San Francisco. Their designs can be seen everywhere from the San Francisco Opera House and Stanford University, to the Awahnee Hotel in Yosemite. The watercolor below is from their archives. To view the entire collection, CLICK HERE.
Laura Lienhard Textiles introduces new fabrics this season to complement her collection of sophisticated prints and woven natural fibers. To see her latest designs and her inaugural newsletter, CLICK HERE
Traditional Home features the Drapper Cabinet by Erika Brunson Couture Living. Inspired by the designs of Dorothy Draper, the finish is black and cream with Moorish fret detail. The doors open to expose the Chinese red lacquer interior.
Rosemary Hallgarten, known for her luxurious textiles, rugs, and accessories, debuts three new patterns to coordinate with her best-selling alpaca boucle fabrics. She also added new designs to her plush, highly textural rug collection. To see her Fall 2013 Look Book, CLICK HERE.
Thank you to all of our clients, vendors, and friends for yet another successful Fall Market. Special thanks to our fabulous panel of Marilyn Fox, Kathryn M. Ireland, and Degen Pener. We had a ball! To view more photos,
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Photography courtesy of Melissa Manning/thelookpartnership.com.
Kathryn M. Ireland, Degen Pener, Marilyn Fox, and Thomas Lavin
It is our pleasure to announce that Marilyn Fox, Artistic Director of Pacific Resident Theatre, will be joining our Fall Market panel, along with Kathryn M. Ireland and The Hollywood Reporter’s Degen Pener.
Luxe Magazine features one-of-a-kind crystal vases created by French designer Eric Schmitt for Christian Liaigre.
Black Edition’s “Safi Ebony” by Romo, as seen in Traditional Home September 2013 issue.
Inspired by a cactus he saw on his travels, Jiun Ho’s Atacama table has an Oak base and a white lacquer top. As seen in Elle Decor September 2013 issue.