March 21, 2007-- Home Accents Today,
* Inspired by the era of George Washington, early American design star-crosses the forefront of fashion.
* Blackened finishes, sophisticated shapes and traditional motifs lend the requisite elegant air
* Contemporary accents and dark, moody hues render the look relevant in any century
|Friedman Brothers: Trailing vines and a proudly posed eagle offer an ode to tradition in Friedman Brothers’ opulent mirror, part of the Mount Vernon Collection ($4,150).|
|Sarreid: A glamorous touch of gilt enhances the spectacular shape of Sarreid’s hand-painted Half Circle cocktail table ($1,245).|
|Atrium Foliage: Atrium Foliage’s King Protea overflow a footed bowl for a touch of contemporary class ($299).|
|Rug Market:Flori Gianti, a wool and silk hand-tufted design from The Rug Market, presents a powerful oversized floral in black and gold ($475, 5x8).|
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