Monday, November 8, 2010

SHOP TIMOTHY WHEALON'S STUNNING COLLECTION OF ANTIQUES TOMORROW ON OKL

Photo courtesy of Elle Decor
Timothy Whealon interiors a have a distinctly American look and style I adore. His extensive knowledge of antiques and art make for interiors that have a 21st Century feel with a curator's eye. The appreciation he has for fine design of the past comes across when he mixes blue chip George III pieces with poppy fresh fabrics like few others can.
This Tuesday November 9th, at 9:00pm (eastern standard time), he is offering over 140 wonderful items from his collection through a One King's Lane Tastemaker Tag Sale. His sale features pieces that he has collected over fourteen years from stylish cities like Paris, London, Istanbul, and Rome. This is your chance to scoop up Jansen, custom upholstered designs, and great accessories that have been seen on the pages of Elle Decor and House Beautiful. He travels the globe for clients, so you don't have to. Now his finds can be yours.

Whealon's New York apartment, where he deftly combined a neutral palette with sleek surfaces, ethnic touches like a Moroccan inlaid table, and rich textures with cut velvets.

Billy Baldwin Slipper Chairs

Another angle of the living room, filled with chic neutrals. Whealon arranges furniture in a room to suite the way people really live-- useful groupings break up the space well and serve a distinct purpose.

Painted Folding Campaign Chairs upholstered in a taupe and cream check.

Whealon's bedroom with shades of taupe, chocolate and white make for a serene escape in a city that never sleeps.

David Hicks wool Area Rug

A 1930's French Travertine Lamp

Whealon designed the window of Christies for a House Sale event

A Coffee Table designed by the late Greg Jordan

Vintage faux Bamboo Chairs with fretwork backs

A Jansen Directoire Style Chandelier

Hornby and Castle Reproduction Stools

A glamorous London home Whealon designed with white upholstery, mirrored pieces and deco details.

Custom 4 Panel Cream Painted Screen

George III circa 1760 Mahogany Side Chairs upholstered in Chant, a Lulu DK fabric.

Vintage Mercury Glass Lamps circa 1945

Vintage Plaster Wall Appliques circa 1940

5 comments:

Jane K. Schott said...

What a fabulous and very "untypical" apartment space in NYC...really nice looking.

quintessence said...

WOW!!! Love his work and style. This is clearly going to be a not-be-missed sale. I'm setting the alarm on my phone!!

Megan said...

These photos are gorgeous. I love all of the unique furnishings... can;t wait for the race to grab one or two or...

D. Bryant Archie said...

Looking forward to it. Great pieces..

Laura Casey Interiors said...

What a fantastic opportunity. So many great pieces.