One Kings Lane announces a new sale concept called The Container Sale, which will feature unique products from a country or region personally selected by top tastemakers.
The first three sales will feature global finds from Million Dollar Decorator cast members Nathan Turner, Kathryn Ireland and Martyn Lawrence Bullard. One Kings Lane co-founder Susan Feldman traveled to exotic and inspiring locations with these interior designers to curate the sales.
The first sale launches April 16 and features pieces from Turner and Feldman's recent trip to India where they scoured the markets of Delhi, Jaipur and Dhampur. They brought back hundreds of items reflective of Turner's personal aesthetic including textiles, glassware, furniture and home accessories.
Following Turner's sale, Ireland will launch a sale of items discovered during her recent trip with Feldman to Marrakech, and Bullard will curate a sale of antiques that he and Feldman selected in London.
"The One Kings Lane Tastemaker Container Sales will give our customers unique access to the remarkable talent, vision and aesthetic of leading interior designers," said Feldman. "Each item offered in these sales will be hand-selected by the designer and embody the flavor of the destinations we visit. We are excited to bring our customers with us into the markets of India and Morocco and the antiques shops of London. They can shop for the best home furnishings from around the world without even leaving home."
Photos courtesy One Kings Lane.
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