This Week’s Unique 1st Dibs Finds

We made a post a couple of months ago about some of our favorite Art Deco finds from 1st Dibs.  If you haven’t heard of this online retail company, they have some of the rarest, most desirable pieces for your home that you can find. Whether it’s a vintage Milo Baughman chair or a sculpture from the 16th century, you can find anything you’re looking for if you have the money for it, that is. Majority of their collections are really pricey. But what you get in return is a collectable- a diamond in the rough of overly manufactured furniture sourced all over the internet. So after searching, we came up with a few of our latest favorites.

1. Black Lacquered Armchair // 2. Stainless Steel Enamel Coffee Table // 3. Modern Italian Glass Murano Chandelier // 4. Hand-Tufted Wool Area Rug // 5. Walnut Wood Bar Cabinet // 6. Brass Raindrops Sculpture Mirrors // 7. Milo Baughman Lucite Lounge Chair // 8. Gilt & Black Star Relief Painting // 9. Head-Knotted Wool Rug // 10. Turquoise, Steel, Copper Vanity // 11. Saporiti Dining Set // 12. Marble Wall Relief

As you can see the selection has a variety of styles to choose from. We specifically looked for the most interesting, eye-catching pieces we could find. Pieces that you really just can’t find anywhere else. We absolutely love that 80’s Italian glass chandelier… it is so abstract it looks like feathers or birds or bats or coral and can really dramatize an interior. Another special piece is that stone based dining table with bright orange (original!) upholstered streamlined chairs from Saporiti in the 70’s. It’s so refreshing to see furniture and accessories that are innovative and unique compared to what else is on the market right now. If you’re looking to add a little more flavor to your home, definitely check out 1st Dibs!

Interested in giving your home a specially curated look with the help of professionals? Give us a call! We’d love to help design your dream space catered specifically for you and your family.

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