Period pieces

“People in Los Angeles want their homes to look like old movie sets,” says Jim Turner, the designer man behind the new store Period. “They just don't want old furniture.” His solution: updating French and English antiques with lacquered finishes, metallic and patent leather, laser-printed velvet and zebra hides.
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( Jim Turner )

“People in Los Angeles want their homes to look like old movie sets,” says Jim Turner, the designer man behind the new store Period. “They just don't want old furniture.” His solution: updating French and English antiques with lacquered finishes, metallic and patent leather, laser-printed velvet and zebra hides.

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