What's popping up on the screens of top designers.
Martin Horner (Soucie Horner, Ltd.) souciehorner.com “We once did a Marrakech-meets-Midwest lake house in Michigan and hung a flag very much like this. It adds a perfect touch of meaningful rusticity. No matter where in the world your house is, an American flag will always say home.” Folk Art American Flag available at 1stdibs® at The New York Design Center® http://bit.ly/1EVKMDz
Barry Goralnick (Goralnick Architecture & Design) barrygoralnick.com “This table is a perfect storm of things that I like—high style Italian ’50s design, Russian cobalt blue, eglomise, and a great chess set. The low profile makes it perfect for precocious kids to play games, and then soigné adults can throw them off so they can perch their martinis.” Reverse Painted Chess Table with all Game Pieces available at 1stdibs® at The New York Design Center® http://bit.ly/1dnUSRJ
JUDY FINCH (art1) art1nyc.com "What happens when the Queen of Cool ends up with a little paint on her face... She becomes a piece of art work! Peter Gee's '60s silk screen, 'Day Glow Ladies,' sheds a little color on fashion designer Betsey Johnson and London super model Penelope Tree. To quote John Lennon on Tree: 'Hot, Hot Hot, Smart, Smart, Smart.' With its vibrant pink, silver, and purple, the same could be said about this piece of art!" Peter Gee Pop Art Ladies available at 1stdibs® at The New York Design Center® http://bit.ly/1GK7F7Z 8