La Cienega Design Quarter 2013

Lee Stanton Antiques’ north window designed by Harte Brownlee & Associates for #LEGENDS2013.

Sheldon Harte and John Henry Kaufman of Harte Brownlee & Associates channeled Salvador Dali and pop art in their window design at Lee Stanton Antiques for #LEGENDS2013.

Harte has designed some of the most luxurious residences on the West Coast since he founded the Laguna Beach interior design firm Harte Brownlee & Associates in 1984. Whether designing an apartment at one of San Francisco’s most prestigious addresses, beach house, ski chalet or desert oasis, Harte, along with his associate John Henry Kaufman, is expert at creating livable interiors. Harte, whose work has been featured in Architectural Digest Russia, Luxe Interiors + Design, Robb Report, and Riviera magazines and on HGTV’s Top 10, is a member of the board of trustees of the Laguna Art Museum.

With respect to this year’s #LEGENDS2013 theme, Time Capsule: The Past, Present and Future of Design, Harte and Kaufman delivered this message:

“Timeless advice: Semper ubi sub ubi.” (Look it up, advised the designers.)

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.

Window Credits:

Lee Stanton Antiques
Thomas Lavin
Dragonette Ltd
JF Chen
Paul Ferrante
Larsen available through Cowtan and Tout
Manuel Canovas available through Cowtan and Tout
Custom Chair design by Harte Brownlee
Sydney Harbour Paint Company
Designers Delivery Service
Design Line Drapery

For further information about Harte Brownlee & Associates, visit

Lee Stanton Antiques is located at 769 N. La Cienega Blvd., visit

For further information about the La Cienega Design Quarter’s LEGENDS event, visit