Far Rockaway, NY
Empire Closets Inc. is family-owned and operated in New York. Since opening in 2006, we’ve treated every customer like they were a part of our family. Other companies may offer similar services, but our services come with a personal touch.
Los Angeles, CA
CUSTOM DRAPERIES & WINDOW TREATMENTS Excellent Value And Service Draperies
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COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL WORK
French furniture of the 1950s and ’60s is currently enjoying a renaissance of interest and enthusiasm with designers and collectors. There is a “joie de vivre” which resonates through the designs of this period. After World War II, designers could not use expensive veneers and woods; as a result designs became minimalist. A new modernity was born. Designers also adapted furniture, textiles and objects to the means of production. The industrial aesthetic that Modernism adopted came out of the manufacturing processes. French designs of the ’50s and ’60s are light with more acute angles than American and Danish designs which feature broader angles and heavier shapes. “It’s creative and contrary to what was being done just before during the ’30s and ’40s,” according to French ’50s – ’60s owner, Michele Sommerlath. “It was a new era of industrial design in France. It’s the first time that designers were interested in the function of furniture, not just the aesthetics,” according to Ms. Sommerlath. Michele Sommerlath has been dealing in the art of French antiques and collectibles for more than 30 years specializing in 19th-Century, Art Deco, and Mid-Century Modern.
In business since 1995, GB&A is a company unlike any other in that we are a professional painting company – offering the discriminating homeowner the very best quality paints & finishes – additionally, GB&A is also a home furnishings retailer. Visit our website to view our latest catalog of hand-selected furnishings, lighting, and Accessories.
Interior renovation wasn’t new for me, more of a family trade. I grew beside my dad, helping him handle tools he needed around the house or in a job site as soon I started walking. From that point on I embraced my hobby, it blossomed into a passion, and I still strive to learn as much as possible about it to continue a successful restoration business. That goal didn’t walk alone, the best companion was the interior designer part of me. I saw no end to the capabilities that design could do and one thing did not satisfy me. After years all of my passions became a perfect fit. I couldn’t just restore a piece, if a client allowed it I was ready for a suggestion of placement, improving space color palette and more….
I look forward to the opportunity to build great relationships with my clients and find what makes their personal style flourish. There is no end to the possibilities that we can accomplish and no space, I feel, does not have potential.
North Hollywood, CA
We offer a wide variety of quality products and drought tolerant plants at affordable prices. We source pottery and fountains from all over the world. We are ever searching for new colors, new shapes and new textures.
New York, NY
All of this has been in our DNA for generations. With history and experience of over 100 years, the core of LAZZONI is in its first three letters – “people living in the wood house” in Turkish. We have carried this ideology throughout the generations to associate it with the more contemporary term of sustainability. All our products are created with minimum effect to the environment, essential for the healthy living we aspire to.
West Hollywood, CA
PLUSH HOME is Nina Petronzi’s furniture line available to the public and to the Trade exclusively at her Melrose Avenue showroom in West Hollywood, and through the Shanahan Collection at the Denver Design Center. Initially known amongst a discerning Southern California clientele, Nina’s furniture collection now ships globally and is housed in influential homes and hotels worldwide. The process of making our furniture begins with concept sketches, which are then followed by meticulously detailed shop renderings. From there all pieces are individually handmade in Los Angeles using a selection of the finest woods, finishes, down, and fabrics to create a sense of warmth and richness that cannot be duplicated by a machine.