Entry, antique glass, "It’s more difficult not to be trendy. Younger clients want what they see in shelter magazines or on television. Older clients, and I’m talking about my clients specifically, are more sure of their own taste." AMEN
Smoke And Mirrors-- In the living room of his Manhattan home, interior designer Todd Romano created a wall of antique mirrored mercury-glass panels that serves as a backdrop for the seating area as well as for a 1950s still-life painting. The Louis XVI banquette and antique Chinese lacquered table add to the old-world glamour of the space.