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By Liza Grant Smith

five Miami-based designers share what their style sweet tooth is craving this season.

WADE HALLOCK, WADE ALLYN HALLOCK INTERIORS (305.756.3773, Coveted piece: An etched bronze coffee table by George Mathias has my attention. Why I love it: This 1970s Belgian piece inherits its personality through a traditional shape with intense modern details. The streamlined, sculpted whole is strong yet organic. Its sharp edges and sleek lines give it a masculine feel, and the etched pattern and agate inset make it unique. Where to put it: This casual-yet-elegant piece works on many levels. It would be perfect for a living room or a space that needs a strong focal point. It can be the anchor of any space with its uniqueness and sturdy, comfortable feel. Where to get it: You can find the table on 1st Dibs and at various dealers who carry high-end, mid-century designs. (

the signed george mathias etched bronze coffee table from porter & plunk serves as a strong focal point in a space, says hallock.

SARAH BARBER-BAZAIL, B. DESIGN INTERIORS (305.753.4176, Coveted piece: Serge de Troyer acrylic trunks Why I love them: These trunks can fit with pretty much any interior and have multiple uses, i.e. as tables, storage or decor. They are so versatile, stylish and definitely on trend. Where to put them: Anywhere! They can be used in a living room, bedroom, children’s room/area, etc. It will give the space personality and class. Where to get them: The Serge de Troyer showroom on Biscayne Boulevard in Miami (786.364.3588, 40

barber-bazail appreciates the many uses for acrylic trunks.


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ONE Life Magazine | Spring 2014 Issue  
ONE Life Magazine | Spring 2014 Issue