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This Turkish Paradise has a Fitting Name…

On a narrow cobblestone street, in a historic neighborhood of Istanbul, sits a 19th century townhouse complete with glorious interiors and enchanting outdoor spaces. It is the serene bed and breakfast owned and decorated by fashion designer turned interior designer, … Read the rest of this entry

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Chateau Domingue Welcomes Milieu Magazine and the Catbird Collection…

Last week, Chateau Domingue was abuzz with anticipation as we prepared to welcome MILIEU Magazine, along with the designers and architects behind the bespoke designs of Circa’s Catbird Collection, for a launch party at our showroom.The eight designers behind the … Read the rest of this entry

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Love Tuscan Design? Then You Will Love These Finds…

The rich gold patina of this late 17th c./early 18th c. Italian bench exudes the warmth of the sunny Tuscan countryside from where it originated.  Craftsmen pulled inspiration for their work from the beautiful Tuscan countryside. Warm yellows, bright blues … Read the rest of this entry

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French Design Inspiration From the Met

Beautiful rooms filled with furniture and architectural antiques similar to pieces we have reclaimed from across Europe are alive within New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art. Here’s a look at some of our favorite spaces, along with period pieces … Read the rest of this entry

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Item of the week | Pair of 19th c. Harvest Tables

While the exact provenance of these 19th c. Harvest Tables remains a mystery, the pair’s size and patina suggest a long history of large family and farmhand gatherings. Like our French Butcher’s tables, these Harvest tables often had many uses – … Read the rest of this entry

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