GRAND ENTRANCE HALL AND UPPER GALLERY

Veranda


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WILLIAM R. EUBANKS
Refined, classic interior design translated into the individuality of each client is the hallmark of residential interior design by Eubanks. Three decades of press and diverse clients describe Eubanks as the best in interior design, in styles ranging from period to modern. An international interior designer and antiques purveyor, William R. Eubanks has offices in New York, Pal m Beach, and Memphis, along with an exquisite showroom at 400 Hibiscus Avenue in Pal Beach.

With a degree in interior design, Eubanks is a member of the Interiors Design Alliance Advisory Board, a member of the ASID, a professional member of the Institute of Classical Architecture and Classical America, and an associate member of IIDA. Dubbed “the Dean of Design”, in 2007 he received the inaugural interior design Star of Design award from the Design Center of the Americas. Eubanks’ award-winning work has bee featured on the cover and inside the pages of many publications, including Veranda, Palm Beach Cottages and Gardens, Fabric for the Designed Interior, Southern Accents Book of Color, Great Designers of the World, MidSouth Magazine, Portada, Showcase of Interior Design, 100 Designers’ Favorite Rooms, Mississippi Magazine, Spectacular Homes of Tennessee, Elements of Living, and Southern Accents. William R. Eubanks Inc. has a great history of designing for celebrities.


ROOM SOURCES

Miscellaneous Antique Furniture and Objets d’Art:
INVENTORY OF WILLIAM R. EUBANKS, INC. OF PALM BEACH, NEW YORK AND MEMPHIS

Ancestral Portraits:
EUBANKS-FERGUSON COLLECTION

Upholstered Furniture:
PRODUCED BY THE UPHOLSTERY WORKROOMS OF WILLIAM R. EUBANKS, INC

Custom Draperies:
DESIGNED AND PRODUCED BY THE DRAPERY WORKROOMS OF WILLIAM R. EUBANKS, INC.

Knole Sofa, Pair of Upholstered Sofas, Draped Ottoman, Pair of Club Chairs:
DESIGNED BY WILLIAM R. EUBANKS, INC.

Fabric and Passementerie for: Custom Drapery, Pair of Upholstered Sofas, Pair of 19-Century Louis IV-style Giltwood Bergeres, Knole Sofa, Draped Ottoman, Pair of Club Chairs:
CHRISTOPHER HYLAND, INC. OF NEW YORK, LOS ANGELES, AND SAN FRANCISCO.

Hand-Painted Antiqued Silver-Gilt Wallpaper in Damask:
PAUL MONTGOMERY STUDIO


D. MITCHELL BROWN
With attention to architectural and aesthetic detail, an experience eye for quality and a passion for collections, D. Mitchell Brown, vice president of interiors and showrooms at William R. Eubanks, Inc., has been designing homes and interiors with Eubanks in the United States and Europe since 1998. After receiving a degree in interior design and before teaming up with Eubanks, Brown studied in European antiques and fine reproduction furniture. His past professional experience includes the best of design resources: Lady Primrose of Dallas, Cache and Michael Taylor of Los Angeles, and Mike Bell of Chicago. As Brown’s career has matured, he has become an advocate of returning to the quintessential classics in design-a recreation, rather than reinvention of timeless, tested design regardless of the stylistic period employed. The collaborative work of William R. Eubanks and D. Mitchell Brown has been published in Quest, InStyle, Florida Design, Palm Beach illustrated, Best of Florida Design, Palm Beach Society, Interiors, Brazil’s CARAS, Best of Shelter Interiors, Spectacular Homes of Metro New York and Veranda.


ROOM SOURCES

Pair of Charles II Japanned Cabinets n Original Silver-Gilt Stands, ca. 1680:
COLLECTION OF LINDA BLOODWORTH THOMASON AND THE CLAUDIA FOUNDATION

Pair of 17th-century Italian Giltwood Mirrors:
INVENTORY OF RICHARD SHAPIRO ANTIQUES

Andalusian Wall Sconces, Bronze Floor Lamps, Byzantine Planters, Greek Key Side Tables, Tavolino Wood and Iron Coffee Table, Lightning Rods, Shanxi Stools:
INVENTORY OF FORMATIONS THROUGH JERRY PAIR
Fine Sarouk Farahan rug, ca. 1910, Very Fine Shaw Ashrafi Rug, ca. 1860, Malayer Rug, ca. 1960, Kazak rug, ca. 1920; Fine Bibi Bak Abad, ca. 1900, Malayer rug, ca. 1969
INVENTORY OF CARAVAN RUG, INC. OF BEVERLY HILLS

Art: “Mister 3 Hearts”, 2007 oil on linen, Jim Dine, American b. 1935; “Rudy Valentino”, 2001, oil on canvas, 101 “ x 74”, Hunt Slonem, American, b. 1951; “The Countess Xacha”, 2001, oil on canvas, 84 “x 72”, Hunt Slonem, American b. 1951; “Evelia”, 1972, bronze, edition: 4/8, 25 “ x 15” x 15”, Francisco Zuga, Costa Rican, 1912-1998; “The Flute Player”, ca. 1950, bronze edition: 12/20, 23” x 17” x 2”, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, French, 1841 – 1919: “Dancer with Tamborine”, ca. 1950, bronze, edition: 13/20. 23” x 17” x 2”, Pierre-Auguste, Renoir, French, 1841-1919; “Security Guard” (Gold Series), 2006, poly resin sculpture with oil paint, edition: 1/33, height: 72”, Marc Sijan, Serbian, b. 1946; “Tete de fou”, bronze with green and brown patina, height: 16”, After Picasso:
INVENTORY OF GASIUNASEN GALLERY OF PALM BEACH

Wallpaper application:
PETER BERGER