Behind The Scenes At Circa Who

Apr 26, 2019 | Latest News

Behind the scenes at Circa Who.
Here at Circa Who there are so many things that go on every day. Two of our owners Mila and Juan are always out buying, our sales manager Emily is talking to clients who walk in the store and through inquires on our website and selling to them as well. Our repair man Red is in the back fixing and repairing items that were just bought and last we have our marketing manger Candace who monitors our social media, website and is our photographer. Not one day is the same around here. There are always new projects going on and new exciting things happening.

Mila: What do you like most about the store?: I love to create things & mix colors and items. Mixing Lucite coffee table with rattan chairs. To make a visual come alive! Favorite piece of furniture?: I love pagoda lamps & the Mario Lopez Torres monkey floor lamp. Tip for buying vintage furniture: If you love something buy it, because you may never see it again! In this business I have lots so many opportunities to buy items that I fell in love with but didn’t buy it and then when I went back to get it they weren’t there.

Emily: What do you like most about the store?  I love furniture. I just love it. It’s who I am.

Red: What do you like most about the store?: Favorite piece of furniture?: Albini style furniture. The look to it is so simple and beautiful. Tip for buying vintage furniture: .


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TV: SamsungChair: Palecek, in Peter Fasano fabricLight: Shades from the Midnight SunWallcovering: Schumacher (foyer).


Every appliance is concealed by painted paneling. Counter stools: Artistic FramePendants: Weplight, with Radish Moon fabricBacksplash: Tiles of Ezra.

Breakfast nook

Bowman chose a seafoam green for the spot where the family enjoys casual meals. Wallcovering: Phillip JeffriesChandelier: Julie NeillChairs: Design Within Reach, in Pierre Frey fabricTable: custom.

Dining Room

Bunk Room

Bowman turned a tiny space into a spare bedroom for the children’s friends. Floor tile: Mirth StudioWallcovering: ThibautPaint: Cloud White (trim, bunks) and In Your Eyes (ceiling), Benjamin Moore.

Girl’s Room

The room was decorated so that (optimistically) it will last through her teen years. Paint: Sprout, Sherwin-WilliamsWallcovering: Pacific Designs International (ceiling). Nightstand: Chelsea TextilesSconces: PalecekCurtains: Lisa Fine TextilesBedding: MatoukBed: Coley Home.

Primary Bathroom


Painted cement tile by Sabine Hill and Perennials performance fabric can withstand post-pool hangouts. Paint: Marry Me (cabinets), Benjamin MooreWallcovering: Pacific Designs InternationalSofa: vintage.


Pool House

Shutters painted in Pink Cloud by Benjamin Moore are a subtle departure from the neighboring homes—yet still wholly Floridian.