California Revival Concept
In California, the Spanish Revival movement in architecture of the early 20th Century was accompanied by the creation of original, hand-made items to furnish and decorate these and other homes. In workshops throughout
The most unique and defining California decor arose in association with Spanish Revival architecture and reflects the powerful influence of Spanish artisans, craftsmen, and artists working in the southern half of California in the 1920s and 1930s. This is the work we admire, respect, and--truth be told--love passionately.
We focus in this volume on the decorative use of tile, pottery, paintings, ironwork, and other objects handmade in California from the 1920s and 1930s because we believe these will always be the definitive California Decor.
Colorful designs in tile
hand wrought ironwork gracing handrails, lighting, benches, chairs, mural surrounds, and plant holders. An artisanís approach to stonework, custom concrete, and an emphasis on California-themed plants and landscaping makes for a well-rounded approach.
vintage decorative arts and furnishings made in California