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Silver-and-glass B.Y. Decanter. ($958)
The Bloomy Chair can be styled in a classic or contempoary fashion depending on the fabric cover. ($2,000 and up)
The Bloomy Chair as seen in Hotel on Rivington in New York.
Inspired by the sun motifs in Tony Duquette?s ?California Sunburst? stage curtain for the L.A. Music Center (1964) this California Sunburst 24 Sconce reflects the light in a starburst pattern on the wall. ($3,132)
The Vera Cruz table is made of a lacquered-glass fibre construction and designed by India Mahdavi. (Price upon request.)
The Vera Cruz table as seen in white at the Monte Carlo Beach Hotel.
The James Bedside Chest of Drawers is whitewashed with a brass plinth base and can be seen at the D&D Boutique. ($3,273)
The Coup De Grâce bed. (Price upon request.)
The Coup De Grâce bed as seen in the Lime Wood Hotel.
In the era of Kelly Wearstler?s Bergdorf Goodman cafe and Jonathan Adler?s Parker Meridian Palm Springs, it?s not uncommon to fall in love with the furniture at a restaurant or hotel. But now you can actually purchase said pieces, thanks to the scouting geniuses at Discover & Deliver.
Essentially a website committed to making commercially designed products public, Discover & Deliver has partnered with some of the most stylish international destinations--Belgraves in London, the Ace in New York, the Waterhouse hotel in Shanghai--to sell their furnishings online. In other words, you can buy a 1919 wing chair ($6,574) from the Soho House Berlin, a Viennese table light ($2,167) from Cecconi?s West Hollywood or a gold piggy bank ($183) from the Greenwich hotel in Manhattan.
Even better: While on your own exotic adventures, you can snap a picture of any item you simply must own and send it to Discover & Deliver?s team of interior designers. They?ll then do their best to source and make it purchasable for you, such that you can finally have a piece of, say, the Mandarin Oriental in your spare bedroom.
Just don?t be surprised if your houseguests start demanding room service.
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