normally we do not like to give away sources but you can find all this out with a little research if you love to chine, meaning go antiquing, junking, thrifting, vintage shopping while you travel.
Thursday, September 23, 2010
Thursday, September 16, 2010
What's new at Pavilion? Plenty.
Kicking off the fall season, Pavilion has filled the gallery with a wide variety of specially selected pieces ranging from the elegant and chic 40"s, works by Drouet, Le Fevre, Ramsay and Maison Jansen, to the minimalist 70's with pieces by Paulin, Monnet, Pergay, Salocchi, and beyond.
This is a must be seen collection, not readily found here in the U.S. This latest group from Europe consists of coffee and side tables, lounge chairs, lamps, mirrors and decorative accessories.
A wide range of materials have been chosen, gilded iron, lacquered wood, stainless steel, leather and stone makes for one of the best collections yet.
Pavilion, located at 2055 N Damen, is back to it's regular hours, Monday through Saturday 12 - 6 pm, Sunday 12- 5 pm, or by appointment. 773.645.0924.
design service available at pavilion.
after more than a decade of refining their aesthetic vision, collecting, editing, and presenting some of the best examples of vintage european design, deborah colman and neil kraus are now offering in home, design service. "after consulting informally over the years, it was time to offer our services. The pair will do a general consultation, space plan and create a wish list of needed changes. From as simple as a new placement of existing furnishings, in a one day session, or create an all together fresh new feel which can be expanded into a long term plan of attack for a major redo of your space.
for more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org