San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 29, 2014
San Francisco-based, globetrotting, interior designer Jonathan Rachman of Jonathan Rachman Design has made a name for himself by creating luxurious and vibrant interiors furnished with items sourced from buying trips abroad. Utilizing a knowledge of international markets and a gift for language, Rachman has curated an inspired stockpile of eclectic furnishings and accessories from Parisian antique shops, London flea markets, and Indonesian artisans. Starting May 29th at 8am PST, One Kings Lane members have access to shop a handpicked selection of items from Rachman’s personal collection.
Members can expect a mix of unusual artifacts and one-of-a-kind pieces of furniture from around the globe, including:
- a collection of side tables crafted in Bali from exquisite petrified wood
- an Indian brass jewelers scale in its original box, sourced from England
- sets of Chinese porcelain vessels, lost at sea in a shipwreck, and discovered years later encrusted in shells
- low-slung seating from Java handmade in upholstered woven rattan
- intricate vintage birdcages from Java and Bali, similar to the ones used in Rachman’s father’s aviary
- a pair of Louis XVI-inspired armchairs found at a Parisian flea market
Additionally, when One Kings Lane members purchase items from Rachman’s collection they’ll receive a gift of the inaugural issue of his luxury lifestyle journal, Di Sini Di Sana. Meaning “Here and There” in Indonesian, the publication is a visual representation of Rachman’s sophisticated personal perspective on food, drink, travel, and design. Rachman has also committed a percentage of the proceeds of his One Kings Lane sale to San Francisco University High School’s financial aid department. By giving back to his adopted home of San Francisco while taking inspiration from the world abroad, Rachman embodies his commitment to “Here and There.”
About Jonathan Rachman
Interior Designer Jonathan Rachman brings an international story through his firm. Born in Sumatra, educated in Switzerland and having lived in Europe, he now makes his home in San Francisco.
He has developed an appreciation for Indonesia's beauty and craftsmanship in its furniture and textiles. While living in Paris and Switzerland, Jonathan traveled Europe, becoming enamored with its antiques and architecture. His travel influences infuse his interiors, reflecting a thoughtfully elegant, global style. The collection and furnishing in this showcase collector’s library tell the story of his journey.
Jonathan Rachman Design creates timeless, artful, interiors: interpretations of clients' personal styles and collections. Seamlessly blending the past and the present with thoughtful elegance, his designs are individually curated spaces with a bespoke point of view. To learn more about Jonathan Rachman Design, please visit http://www.jonathanrachman.com.
Shop Jonathan Rachman’s curated One King’s Lane sale from May 29th, 8am PST to June 2nd, https://www.onekingslane.com/sales/33236.