Category Archives: Press and Magazines

Mario Lopez Torres’s Legacy Is Still Being Woven in Michoacán, Mexico
From grass harvesting to detail finishing, every step of the process happens locally. As the proprietors of popular Palm Beach vintage store Circa Who, which has been supplying locals with restored furnishings for over 18 years, Scott Mast and Juan Goiricelaya know how to spot a winning design. One of the shop’s mainstays, a collection of whimsical woven pieces often crafted to resemble animals (think: a monkey holding a pendant .
These Woven Pieces Prove Why Wicker Never Goes Out of Style
BY CARISHA SWANSON AND CHRISTINA JORDAN JUN 13, 2022 You can find the whole article here: We all want to step into the summer season with something fresh and new, and this material is making a grand comeback. Wicker, or rattan, is not just a material strictly delegated for vacation living. In a recent shift, brands have made wicker more accessible. You can now find chairs, stools, pendant lighting, .
Circa Who Featured by Kristen Rivoli
Dreaming of palm trees and sandy beaches yet? October 30th brought with it a few inches of snow to Boston so sunshine and warm weather are on my mind for sure! I consider myself fortunate to have the opportunity to travel to Palm Beach for work. Since childhood, I’ve spent most Spring Breaks in Siesta Key, Florida on the west coast so I consider that my home away from .
Circa Who featured in Vogue Magazine!
During the pandemic, the city of Palm Beach saw an uptick in interest—and not from its usual set of octogenarian residents: the tony town once best known for its elegant retirees has become one of the preeminent hot spots for young families seeking space, and sun. It’s safe to say that the land of Addison Mizner architecture, Kennedy mythology and Pulitzer prints is shedding its stuffy persona. And now that travel restrictions .
Circa Who featured in Solitaire magazine!
Daniela Villegas talks about her new insect-inspired coffee table and a love of books.     If you follow Los Angeles-based Mexican jeweller Daniela Villegas on Instagram, you may have spied that big cricket in her living room. A fairly recent addition to her space, it is a wicker coffee table by Mexican artist Mario Lopez Torres, who is known for his sculptures and metal-accented objects and furniture. “He is an incredible .
Circa Who Featured in Atlanta Homes Magazine
Sweet Lullaby Nurseries are created for babies but best designed for parents, says Anna-Louise Wolfe, who created a soothing second floor “crib” with masculine and feminine elements to make it suitable for children of any gender. A floral vine wallcovering with blues and greens establishes the palette, which is punctuated by white furnishings such as a Jenny Lind-style crib and a white rattan cabinet with a pagoda shape. “There’s .