Lee Stanton Blog

Classical Lecture

I am honored to be speaking in the 2016 Classical Lecture Series, presented by The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art, along with my esteemed colleague Jane Hallworth.screen-shot-2016-09-12-at-3-05-11-pm

Learn more about the lecture here.

Explore more of the ICAA and it's membership details here

Stash - Industrial Medley

A vignette of new arrivals in the warehouse. An early 20th century chair sits in front of a tailor's chest of drawers that has been decorated with Intaglios.

A collapsable canvas directors chair (BD178)
A collection of intaglios mounted in a tall and wide glass dome (sold)
A collection of intaglios mounted in a tall and narrow glass dome (sold) 
A tailor's chest of drawers with brass handles and solid wood top (BD156)
A gray lava crucible pot from an iron factory (BD160A)


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Editorial Inspiration - Put On Display

A well curated collection deserves an even more carefully selected bookcase. While, mixing books and accessories really makes a statement, it's the bookcase that they are displayed in, that truly sets the tone.


A red painted bookcase with glazed doors and lower cabinet door (AZ31)
An oak bookcase by Heals (AT8)
A bookcase by Minty from Oxford University (BC131C)
An English open face bookcase in oak (BB1)
An ebonized bookcase with 5 shelves (BB89)
A bibliotech in walnut from Tuscany with a cornice top above shelves (UK18)
A country Hepplewhite bookcase in Mahogany (AT104)
A display / bookcase in Mahogany with brass inlay and brass screen door inserts (AO94)
A painted cornice top bookcase on bracket feet from a school in Kladno (AZ47)



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Editorial Inspiration - Rich and Refreshing

Photo: Architectural Digest 

A beautifully curated dining room is featured in the September issue of Architectural Digest, combining rich textures, deep colors and whimsical florals with sturdy pieces of furniture.  


An arts and crafts table in oak with slated base and double stretcher (BC63)
A large green confit pot (BA58)
A set of dining chairs upholstered in leather (sold)
A tall Masonic plinth or pedestal stand (BC38B)


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The Showroom

A corner of the showroom featuring Spanish pottery, architectural column lamps, and botanical artwork.


A William IV portfolio cabinet in mahogany with adjustable shelves (AT157)
A pier mirror in gilt frame (sold)
A tall carved and painted column wired as a lamp and fitted with custom shade (AX158A)
A large decorated pot (sold)
A pair of footed wooden bowls (sold)
A set of 3 framed pressed botanicals with hand-written labels (W42B2)


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