One of my most favorite areas at the Market is the "High Design" section. It houses beautiful temporary showrooms dedicated to those designers that have very exclusive lines. Of course Tara Shaw was there, amid a backdrop of chocolate brown walls, with the most beautiful furniture.
It was so fun to see my friend Tara Shaw again! As usual her "Maison" Line stopped everyone in their tracks. She has added over thirty new pieces and her beautiful collection has over 75 items now. Let's have a look at some of my favorites:
The Italian Grisaille Panels were just stunning. You all know how I love Grisaille (to read my post on Grisaille click HERE). These panels were almost a perfect pair in gorgeous sepia tones.
Her new upholstered pieces were also beautiful. I loved this Italian Monogram Chair. It can be custom monogrammed to your specifications.
People were buzzing around the Baroque Canape - the back is removable so it is like two different pieces in one.
The silver leaf bench had a much more beautiful finish than my camera captured and look at all that hand carving.
The Italian Fragment mirror would be a fabulous focal point in any room - it's beauty really commands attention.
It was hung over this Italian Buffet. The finish of soft blues and golds were just extraordinary.
Of course she also had her signature lighting, but this Gilded Iron Corona Chandelier really caught my eye.
And the popularity of her small crowns prompted her to create this Corona on a stand. So many beautiful new things to see and wish for!! If you are interested in purchasing any of these fabulous items do let me know and I can send on pricing and shipping estimates.
By the way , my friend Millie, of M Design and Consultation, is now Tara Shaw's exclusive Interior Designer, you can contact Millie HERE. You can read all about my visit to New Orleans with Millie HERE. And my previous post on the Tara Shaw Maison Line HERE. To visit the Tara Shaw Maison website click HERE.
See you in few days with my final post - Trends at the Atlanta Market. Until then I will be shoveling out from under another Boston snowstorm!! Did I mention my back hurts??!!