Adorning the most beautiful pieces of furniture in the world, intricate marquetry has graced residences of monarchs and heads of state for centuries.
Overflowing with riches of cultural and artistic significance, the grand estates and country houses of the aristocracy are a treasure trove of heritage.
King Louis XVI and his wife, Queen Marie-Antoinette were instrumental in popularizing the lavish and ornate aesthetic known as Louis XVI style.
Mies Van Der Rohe's designs decorate everyday life and made his International Style of Modernism a global phenomenon adopted on every inhabited continent.
Influenced by Japanese, Indian, and Modernist philosophy, George Nakashima brought the natural beauty of wood to everyone’s attention.
Ever travelled through the Marine Terminal at LaGuardia Airport? The striking façade is emblematic of the Streamline Moderne style.
Wonder how to properly clean vintage and antique wooden furniture? We've compiled a guide on cleaning and restoring your pieces back to perfection.
Isamu Noguchi’s belief that sculpture could be a vital force in everyday life contributed to a legacy that integrated Japanese and American heritage.
Some innovations are heralded as turning points for civilization. The wheel propelled us great distances, the combustion engine transformed lives, and the television transported us to imagined lands. The chair doesn’t tend to receive quite the same status, despite literally lifting humans off the ground. But what started as something purely utilitarian has morphed into…
Steeped in practicality, yet brimming with Midcentury cool and bursting with technological advancements, the designs of Charles and Ray Eames were as thrilling to their post-war audiences as they are timeless today. Underpinning it all was a design philosophy with an elegantly simple and enduringly modern approach that furthered technology and created a legacy that…