Whether encased within another object or completely exposed and almost too fragile to touch, here are a few that caught my eye.
I am imagining this on a dark wall giving off some really amazing light & reflections!
|Serge de Troyer / Tritter Feefer|
Once again, Natural Curiosities presented a really great mix of materials, styles and choices of art always very beautifully framed.
Whether you are a Book Lover (like myself) or want to have Valentine's Day all year round with their Encased Roses piece, they are always a nice choice when decorating.
These Lucite boxes by Serge de Troyer.. not only can they store your furs (with a fun juxtaposition of these two materials) or use it as a coffee table with your books or magazines inside!
Just loved this piece in both sizes..
|Serge de Troyer|
Mr. Brown has introduced a few new pieces this season - ranging from this textured chest, that almost feels as if it were made in plaster, to this small side table in a *burnt* wood to the console and lamps as the latest pieces (below) in a resin that has an incredible touch and a great alternative when creating a scheme where you don't want to introduce another piece of wood (natural or lacuqyered) or metal, etc..
|Ro Sham Beaux|
As most of these pieces are sold to Trade only, feel free to leave me a comment if you are interested in any of these finds, and want some more information. Happy to help.
Stay tuned - Tomorrow's Color Wheel shares more from the New York Gift Show