Mar 20, 2014
DOAD Vendor Spotlight: Arteriors, Interior Crafts, Lorin Marsh, Nicholas Antiques
Lame' Vases from ArteriorsInterior Crafts This high-end showroom, also in the New York Design Center, has its own line, and also represents the Lucien Rollin and William Switzer collections. Their designers draft each hand-crafted piece and their results show the attention to exquisite details. Another plus to this showroom is the fine artists that they represent, creating an inviting environment and rounding out their merchandise selections.
Tulip Table from William Switzer Signature
The Elysee Console Table from Lucien Rollin SignatureLorin Marsh Decades ago Lorin Marsh, located in the D&D building, pioneered the idea of a showroom as a boutique, they travelled the world to bring statement making furniture and objects back that were vintage, antique, or made by the finest craftsmen in the world. They are always wonderful to work with and I can always count on them to have the most luxurious and unique pieces. Theyre always at the top of my list when I go on the hunt for something intriguing.
Nest of Three Strata Tables from Lorin Marsh
Tura Cabinet from Lorin MarshNicholas Antiques I've been visiting my friends at Nicholas Antiques in the D&D building for as long as I've been in business. They're one of my trusted sources for vintage and antique lighting. The showroom is a must-see for anyone on the hunt for period-style lighting. It's filled to the brim with beautiful fixtures!
Sputnik ceiling mount fixture from Nicholas Antiques
from Nicholas Antiques
Design on a Dime is always an exciting highlight of the New York design world. Purchase your tickets now to have your chance at snagging some fabulous discounted pieces for a great cause!