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Editorial Inspiration - Eclectic Accessories

Photo: House Beautiful, Nov 2017

 

Designer, Nestor Santa Cruz, uses antique pieces to finish an elegant and creative home in Austin, Texas. Mixing antique and vintage pieces in the sleek and elegant foyer, provides subtle and understated hint of the style of the rest of the home.

Shop Lee Stanton Antiques to find similar pieces:

 

A bronze hexagonal lantern (AK101)
A Bouillotte or candlestick lamp (AK105)
A terra cotta urn (AV19)
A pair of upholstered stools (BD128)

 


Editorial Inspiration - Building an Art Studio

Photo: World of Interiors, Nov 2017

 

The studio in Lord Snowden's Old House, originally designed by his uncle, Oliver Messel, features miniature models of the home, a plaster mask and artist proofs. Build your own artist's studio, by layering antique furniture and accessories with industrial elements. 

 

A rustic Italian birdcage (BA9)
An abstract watercolor of dancers on paper (BD154)
A folding folio stand (BC129)
A metal Jielde lamp (B51DA)
An oak console with painted base (BB67)
An adjustable industrial stool (BB69A)

Layered Warmth

Layered Warmth

BARBARA WESTBROOK HOUSE BEAUTIFUL
Photo: House Beautiful, Oct 2017
 
Designer, Barbara Westbrook layered warm woods, luxurious fabrics and muted matte paintings to create warmth in the October 2017 issue of House Beautiful. Browse Lee Stanton Antiques to create a similar look. 
 BARBARA WESTBROOK HOUSE BEAUTIFUL

A leather, upholstered club chair | France, 1960 (BB49)
A pair of twisted candlesticks  | England, 1860 (AY190)
A large oil on canvas of boats | Belgium, 1900 (B86)


French Tailor's Chest of Drawers with Brass Handles | France,1880 (BD156)
A large terra cota confit pot  (AV57)
A metal Jielde lamp (B51C)

Editorial Inspiration - Ebony and Honey

Photo: AD Oct 2017

Designer, Melián Randolph, kept the room clean, choosing a twisted-leg cabinet, sleek chair and honey colored terra-cotta accessories. Use pieces from Lee Stanton Antiques to create a similar effect:

 

An oak table with barley twist legs (AY92)
A terra cotta pot (AO90)
A wood inlay box on metal feet (BB16)
A domed box with Tunbridge inlay (AV95)
A yew wood tea caddy box (BC130)
A set of four Bikini chairs by Eames (U111015)

Editorial Inspiration - Wall Furniture

Photo: The World of Interiors, Oct 2017

 

Incorporating antique cabinetry into any room's design provides both storage and charm. Whether in a sitting room (above), kitchen (below) or bedroom (below), antique cabinets are a design staple.

Photo: The World of Interiors, Oct 2017
Photo: The World of Interiors, Oct 2017

Find similar pieces at Lee Stanton Antiques:

A large painted oak bookcase (BB8)
A painted Cornish dresser (B138)
A secretary bookcase with raised cornice (AX125)
An English open faced bookcase (BB1)

Editorial Inspiration - Modern Farmhouse

Photo: Elle Decor

Interior designer, Sean Anderson, designed his own home in his signature color palette, mixing antiques with dark hues and mysterious tones. 

Photo: Elle Decor
A painted balustrade as lamp (U060207C)
A large wooden pulley mold (BE18)
A bleached oak side table (B164)

Photo: Elle Decor

 

An oak table with barley twist legs (AY92)
A stained palm tree planter (AY83)
A bronze hexagonal lantern (AK101)
A large chalkboard (sold)
An upholstered arm chair (BC149)
A yew wood tea caddy box (BC130)

 

 


Editorial Inspiration - The Club

Photo: Architectural Digest

Alfredo Paredes and Brad Goldfarbs East Village duplex, incorporates aged woods, relaxed club chairs, and contemporary art with traditional architectural elements. Although high contrast, blending different textures softens the space. 

Create a similar feel using pieces from Lee Stanton Antiques.

A bookcase by Minty from Oxford University - England c. 1930 (BC131A)
A leather upholstered club chair - France c. 1950 (BB49)
A coffee table from ship port parts with metal base and glass top - England c. 1900 (BA117)

Editorial Inspiration - Honey

Designer Martin Hulbert redesigns a Tuscan villa with eclectic antiques. 
Create a similar feel using the following pieces from Lee Stanton Antiques: 
 
 
Brown, Blown Glass Bottles - BD163A 
Industrial Stool with Metal Base - BD44B
A Bamboo Slated Country Bench - BE49 
An English Open Face Bookcase in Oak - BB1
Extension Table in Cherry Wood on Tapered Legs - AY97