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clearly VINTAGE
Acrylic The synthetic polymer polymethyl methacrylate (acrylic) was developed in 1928. While most acrylic items are often referred to as lucite or plexiglas, Lucite is the brand name of the polymer developed by DuPont and Plexiglas is the brand name of the Rohm & Haas polymer. Each manufacturer calls it by their own trade name such as: Lucite, Plexiglas, Polycast, Perspex, Acreylex, Acrylite, among others. Acrylic was used in .
Color me LILLY
Lilly Pulitzer is synonymous with PALM BEACH style. In 1952, Lilly and Peter Pulitzer eloped and settled year-round in Palm Beach. To keep busy, Lilly sold oranges and grapefruits from her husband’s groves in central Florida to her Palm Beach neighbors and opened a juice stand on Via Mizner in 1959. She quickly grew tired of the juice stains on her clothes, so she bought colorful fabric from the .
NEW Year / NEW Color
  CIRCA WHO 2013 It has ALWAYS been the piece I fall in LOVE with, not the color or the fabric and I have left it’s NEW life to you. But, this year I have fallen deeper in LOVE with COLOR.
PAGODA Cabinet
CIRCA WHO item#7324 Every so often I will look around my shop and wonder why a piece has NOT sold. I could not believe this PAGODA Cabinet was still hanging around. So…. I decided to send this BEAUTY off to be painted and I am so GLAD I did:)
East Hampton, NY
   When Amanda Newson started stock piling pieces for her East Hampton project, I had no idea how she would CIRCA WHO. I LOVE it! VINTAGE pieces are works of art:)
COCKPEN Chairs
CIRCA WHO NEW ARRIVAL ITEM #7440 It is ALWAYS a GREAT day to find a set of 6 FAUX BAMBOO Chippendale Chairs, but it is ALWAYS a FABULOUS day to find a set of 6 Cockpen Chairs:) I have spotted Cockpen Chairs used in rooms decorated by the most FABULOUS Hollywood Regency Style designers of the 20th Century.
CIRCA Haines
William Haines Charles William “Billy” Haines (1900-1973) was a legendary Hollywood film star turned interior designer whose high style and glamorous interiors raised the bar of 20th Century design.  William Haines changed the look of Hollywood with his unmistakable style and redefined the way movie stars lived.   via William Haines Designs Born in Staunton, Virginia, William Haines left home in 1914 and opened a dance club in the boomtown .