|Our Annual Warehouse Sales|
|Tags: Proof Living, Warehouse Sale|
17 July 2012
Come down to our Warehouse Sale and enjoy the marked down prices of our best-selling pieces
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|We are in Home & Decor!|
|Tags: Gilt & Folly, Jean Marie Massaud, Poltrona Frau, Christopher Wilcox|
Gilt & Folly
5 July 2012
Jean-Marie Massaud is an architect, an inventor and a designer. He was born in Toulouse, France in 1966. He graduated from the École Nationale Supérieur de Création Industrielle - Les Ateliers, Paris in 1990 and began working with Marc Berthier. In 2000, he co-founded the Studio Massaud with Daniel Pouzet and expanded his interests in the fields of architecture.
"I have a vision of complete harmony between man, nature and technology." -Jean Marie Massaud
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Christopher Wilcox believes in self-sufficiency, sustainability and utilizing self-expression to influence the world in a positive direction. He is a collector and taste maker with complementary business interests in the worlds of food and fashion. He is also a home farmer and bee keeper in the Hollywood Hills.
"Art is the backbone of culture." - Christopher Wilcox
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There's nothing sinful about desiring. It's all about desiring the right things - the true, beautiful and joyful things.
Gilt and Folly is filled with everything shiny and happy you can furnish your home with. Decorate your walls with traditional art pieces that reflects your cultural roots, or a rustic mirror that gives your room a cozy cottage charm. Ornament your table with a hand-blown crystal glass vase that adds elegance to your dining, or have a lime-green egg with legs that will keep your guest talking throughout the meal.
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|Weaving It Right - Kenneth Cobonpue on Cubes|
|Tags: Great Outdoors, Cubes Indesign, Kenneth Cobonpue|
2 July 2012
"Kenneth Cobonpue is easily the most successful Southeast Asian furniture designer to have penetrated the international market. His workds can be found in luxury hotels around the world, in celebrity homes, on television and feature films, and even in music..." - Cubes June/July 2012 Pages 69-70
Kenneth Cobonpue shares about learning the value of being original through his mother and his fulfilment in being able to able to build whatever comes to his mind and making it work.
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