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Ken Fulk is passionate about travel. Europe, Asia and even back-country towns of the American south inspire one of the country's top tastemakers. In between his busy schedule of designing private clubs and homes, throwing lavish parties and entertaining San Francisco's tech elite, Ken still manages to find time to explore and discover distinctive and beautiful pieces that he curates for his clients.
Here are some of Ken's latest finds.
1. Gilt Plaster Palm Frond Torchiere Floor Lamp by Serge Roche; French. 1898-1988
2. Merchant's Numbered Chest, Circa 1900; American
3. Antique Thames Jars, London. Produced as early as 1756 until the late 1920's by chemists and druggists to promote their products. Hand picked by Mr. Fulk on his worldly travels.
4. Italian decorative whimsical chair with original wrapped crushed velvet, primitive seat and base. Italy circa 1880-1890.
Uncover more of the treasures he makes available for sale in his curated emporium, Peep Show, available exclusively on his website kenfulk.com/peep-show
|Ken Fulk Design is a creative think tank specializing in multi-disciplinary design that extends far beyond residential and commercial building, with a scope that encompasses special events, architecture, branding and graphic design.