For over 20 plus years, we’ve been in the business of making homes beautiful. We started as a resource for all things antique, sourcing vintage furniture, artwork, and more from flea markets all over the world, using our instinct and personal tastes to curate a collection that was a direct reflection of things we loved
There are certain types of items that we consider ‘staples’ – like our leather seating, antique case pieces, oversized ceramic ware, and vintage signage. As time went on, we started building our own furniture, utilizing reclaimed materials and giving them new life as farmhouse style tables, industrial lighting and more. If we couldn’t find it, we would make it.
When Pottery Barn approached us to collaborate with them on a collection that would highlight some of our essentials, we immediately said YES! We were honored. Pottery Barn embraces the spirit and sensibilities of artisans and timeless, classic style.
A few weeks ago, we celebrated the official launch of our collaboration with a beautiful dinner, a spring inspired feast with a tableful of incredible tastemakers, curated by the impeccable team at PB and staged in our LA showroom. Some of the most stylish names in design joined us for the delicious spring feast by Heirloom LA, and one of our favorite moments of the night was seeing our antique greenhouse returned to its original splendor with the beautiful blooms from Moon Canyon.
Nathan Turner, the lovely Louise Roe, dynamic duo Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent, the lovely Alice Ryan and Monica Barghava from Pottery Barn and so many more joined us. We made it a family affair and brought the girls as well.