Tables

Close your eyes for a moment and picture this image with a square mirror and a hard edged coffee table.

Just not the same…

It seems I have only moments these days to tend to the blog and other social media, there is so much project work to do. Yet, Sally and I are always looking for new work – the next project, large or small. That is a constant.

Now is a perfect time to call us if you are planning a spring project.

Cheers,

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My apologies for not getting this post up sooner. Things have been a little hectic around here with work and getting out several proposals for new work…

Last Thursday’s Home Styling Seminar at the Museum was a huge success, with 70 people in attendance as Jerry Arcari and I took the first vignette apart and set up the second one, while Sally narrated. We had hoped to be able to take a of video the “performance”, but we had to settle for pictures. Lots of fun. (…and Work!) I’d do it again in a heartbeat…

Here I am “making faces” at someone as I talk about what we are about to do….

 

Sally’s little helpers beginning to tear down the vignette…

 

Jerry Arcari talking about the Aubusson rug as we remove it form the vignette.

 

Here we are “delivering “the new rug. Sally is delighted…

 

New rug in place ready to re-style. Doesn’t the space look empty?

 

Hanging the new artwork. Note the brown pillows in the chairs on the left.

 

Installing lamp shades. The humorous egg silver box and pillows are in place.

 

The re-styled vignette…

 

The happy presentors and Museum Director, Lindsay Dielh.

 

Michael Lee’s photo, taken the next morning…

So many people helped us with the effort. We simply could not have done this without their help. Sally and I thank you all from the bottom of our hearts!

All the staff of Landry & Arcari

Jerry Mansfield of Muralo Paint and Home Decor Group of Peabody

Hammersmith Studios, who made the coffee table and two floor lamps

Jacqui Becker, Jacqueline Becker Fine Arts, for all the artwork

Joanne Mills, Miles River Sewing, for the slip cover and pillows

Charles Spada Antiques, accessories

Jia Moderne, accessories

The Martin Group, wing chairs and accessories

M-Geough, seating

FDO Group, accessories

Brookline  Village Antiques, accessories

Blanche Field and Lucia Lighting, lamp shades

Osborne & Little, Kravet, Old World Weavers, fabrics

Michael Lee, professional photography

 

Soooo, how’d we do???

Cheers,

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Another Malvini Table

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While I organize a post birthday weekend post – yes I’m 29 again – I thought I’d share a picture of a table that Veronique from Malvini Furniture Factory sent to me last last week. It is fabulous! The table has found a home somewhere in France. The interior architecture  is a delight to the eye as well. My favorite details are the rugged stone floor, the worn wood column with its stone base and the artifact in the wall. (a family crest perhaps?)

Cheers,