- Date: July 25, 2016
- Author: Amy Hirsch
- Category: Features, Slider
- Tags: Amy Aidinis Hirsch Interior Design LLC, collections, curated, design, eclectic, Fairfield County, Greenwich, interior design, living room design, press, shopping, The Local Vault
It’s been a year since my family and I sold our charming 1940’s center hall colonial, a home and life full of so many rich memories. It’s time for a new start and we are about to begin our journey. While collaborating with The Local Vault
recently, I considered what to do with the trove of items from our house. They are great pieces and served a wonderful role in my family’s life, but like anyone I want to shed some of the old and start new. What to do with them? Well, sell them of course! One thing many people do not know about me is that I am not sentimental about certain things, especially once I have enjoyed them. I can easily let go and move on after they served a purpose and I have grown from their use. Plus, change is good for the soul. You can peruse my collection and hopefully something you’d love to have in your own home will catch your eye. Everything has a wonderful spirit and I am thrilled for someone else to take pleasure in these pieces.
The complete curated living room.
Pair of vintage petite arm chairs.
Callisto Home Lavender Linen Pillow
Egret Oil Painting
Zebra Print Stenciled Cowhide Rug
George Smith style love seat.
Urban Electric Floor Lamp
Toile Linen Credenza from Studio A
You can see the full collection and shop online here.