On a bright sunny New Year’s Day 2015, we lost our long-time friend and colleague Dennis Moser. Dennis had been battling a recurrence of cancer – undergoing treatment to battle the disease following the appearance of new symptoms at Thanksgiving.
Restoration Hardware's Métier Sconce Bronze:We've adapted a French design, downsizing its classic triangular shade while preserving its Gallic good taste. Glides at a touch to direct down-pointing light where needed.
Frameless Aldo Wall Mirror - 23.5W x 31.5H in. - Add a beautiful contemporary element in the bathroom, entryway, or hallway with the Frameless Aldo Wall Mirror. This stunning oval mirror is sure to a...
Restoration Hardware's French Empire Mirror Antiqued Natural:The intricate carvings of Second Empire furnishings are characteristic of the style that developed during the reign of Emperor Napoleon III. Our bath mirror is an homage to this period – a mid-19th-century stylistic alignment with France's glorious past. Carefully hand-finished using an intensive 7-step finishing process, which results in a weathered, distressed patina.
I’ve been asking myself why I don’t think about my approaching visitor, death. He was often on my mind thirty or forty years ago, I believe, though more of a stranger. Death terrified me then, because I had so many engagements. The enforced opposite (no dinner dates or coming attractions, no urgent business, no fun, no calls, no errands, no returned words or touches) left a blank that I could not light or furnish. In my mind, death had gone from spectre to a waiting second-level celebrity on the Letterman show.
A classic beveled mirror is surrounded by a shimmering wood frame, artfully hand-finished with silver leaf and a protective clear lacquer. Hardwood frameSilver finishBeveled glassHangs vertically or horizontallyWall mounting hardware not includedMade in China.
Champagne gilt-finished nailheads create a frame within a frame on this mirror, giving everything it reflects the presence of an artwork.28" wide x 44" high x 1.25" deepMDF frame.Hand-painted antiqued finish.Mounts vertically or horiz
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