The composition that David Michael Miller created in Lee Stanton Antiques’ south window for #LEGENDS2013 reflects his proclivity for interior environments that transcend time.
“I have always identified with, and been inspired by, interior environments that are clean, organic and natural,” says Miller. “I am always interested in the fusion of interiors and architecture, in the use of natural materials for their inherent truest qualities and in the timelessness of good design.”
Miller has been practicing interior design for over thirty years, establishing himself in the west after completing his interior design training in Chicago, Illinois. Founded in 1989, David Michael Miller Associates began as, and continues to be today, a boutique residential interior design studio, renowned for creating interiors that are rich, understated and aesthetically enduring.
Lee Stanton, noted antiquarian, is a thirty-year collector of 17th, 18th and 19th century British and European antiques. He has become known as an arbiter of style and the premier purveyor of fine period antiques to prominent interior decorators and discriminating clients nationwide. Stanton attributes his success to his passion for timeless and comfortable antiques that enrich the aesthetic of traditional and modern settings alike… to find that special piece with the right combination of form, function, style and integrity.
Downtown: Gretta Grossman desk by Glen of California circa 1952, Kofod-Larsen shell back chair with raffia seat Italy circa 1950, and David Cressey Thumbprint pot USA 1960’s
Blackman-Cruz: “cubist” red lamp
JF Chen: “Frank Lloyd Wright cast bronze cube”
Lee Stanton Antiques: assorted objects & desk accessories
David Michael Miller Associates Ltd.: black & white framed architectural images, “walnut framed black & white architectural photographic images” (6)
John Brooks/Phillip Jeffries Wall Covering, Scottsdale: “African small weave woven raffia” wallcover by Phillip Jeffries
For further information about David Michael Miller, visit www.davidmichaelmiller.com.
Lee Stanton Antiques is located at 769 N. La Cienega Blvd., visit www.leestanton.com.
For further information about the La Cienega Design Quarter’s LEGENDS event, visit www.lcdqla.com/legends-2013.