When it comes to finding the perfect prints for your home’s barren walls, there is no better resource than Soicher Marin. Founded in 1959, this Sarasota, Florida–based company maintains an archive of more than 15,000 digital images—from fashion prints to rare architectural designs to maps and city scenes. Simple elegance is the common denominator for all the images they pick. Soicher Marin also represents the industry standard for high-end custom framing, offering several hundred types of designs and matting fabrics. This depth, variety, and quality have earned the company its solid reputation.
these vintage and vintage-style decorative accents and tabletop essentials have character, texture, and a worldly vibe. They'll make your home look like you’ve spent plenty of time scouring the world’s famous fleas (starting with the one in Paris).
A bookcase is not just practical — it's a chance to show off good design. To that end, we've got plenty of statement-making vases, bookends, boxes, and even framed art here that’ll help you curate an inspired look.
Rife with social significance, the artful photographs and illustrations in Vanity Fair magazine have been (and continue to be) documenters of American history and culture. And, for this sale, we were lucky enough to spend some time with the magazine’s deputy editor, Punch Hutton, who chose her favorite images from Vanity Fair’s mind-boggling archives. Her picks run toward the glamorously breezy: think Edward Steichen’s photo of Douglas Fairbanks and his wife lounging on the beach in Malibu; Cecil Beaton’s impromptu snap of a suited-up Gary Cooper; and A.H. Fish’s ebullient, colorful illustrations depicting everything from a group of seaside weekenders to a couple walking on a windy day.