CALM Antiques and Vintage Show:
Santa Barbara

Hello everyone! I have welcomed the New Year to much hustle and bustle. I am very happy I made the decision to embark on living the bi-coastal life between Los Angeles and New York.  In both my personal and professional life as an interior designer, it is important to constantly grow, learn and explore new horizons. Taking chances is what life is about right? We currently have many things in the works and I am excited for things to come in the near future, so be on the look-out!

Just around the corner, on January 25th-27th at Santa Barbara’s Earl Warren Fairgrounds, I will be selling select pieces from my personal collection at the CALM Antiques and Vintage Show. This show is especially meaningful to me as it benefits the CALM Foundation whose mission is to prevent, assess, and treat child abuse by providing comprehensive services to the local community.


Earl Warren Showgrounds Entrance

Eighty of the west’s finest dealers will be selling unique pieces ranging from period furniture, garden artifacts, decorative accessories, paintings, estate jewelry, textiles, linens, glassware, and much more. The fairgrounds are a beautiful place to host such an event. It will be a great opportunity to get out of LA for the weekend and take in everything Santa Barbara has to offer. Admission to the CALM Antiques and Vintage Show will be sold at the door for $6/day. Please go to their website for additional details CALM Antiques and Vintage Show.

Select Items featured in Architectural Digest

Here are some of the items I will be selling at the event. I have had many of these pieces for a long, long time. They are part of my very treasured collection and have been featured in Architectural Digest. I would hate to see them go, however, the show benefits a wonderful cause and know the buyer will be truly pleased with their purchase.

Vintage c. 1970 Karl Springer Parchment Wrapped Coffee Table

Antique Italian Maple Dresser

Antique Japanese Koro Vase

Antique Persian Rug