Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Sultan Chic - Couture Home Furnishings

I am so excited to share with you the launch of a new vintage furniture company, Sultan Chic. The creative genius behind it all is designer and artist, Albert Sultan. His new endeavor is an outgrowth from his company Sultan Designs, where he specialized in creating decorative faux finishes and murals using unique hand applied textures and patterns. His passion has since shifted from transforming walls to transforming vintage furniture. "All of our pieces are hand selected from thousands of vintage finds from all over the world and lovingly restored or transformed into one of a kind works of art. We look for the unusual and irresistible. Each piece that is chosen has its own inherent quirk that makes it stand out from the crowd." I've had an obsession with revamping old furniture and even started a small business on the side with a friend, called Vintage Glamour. We've done a few things so far, but nothing compared to the unique, one-of-a-kind pieces from Albert's line. The bold color and fabric combinations and uniquely painted accents are unlike anything out there. Original, savvy and fabulous! Click here to view his entire line!

Meet the designer: Albert Sultan






8 comments:

  1. Omg, those yellow chairs are just gorgeous! I think revamped stuff can turn out even more fabulous than new stuff - plus you get a good feeling from knowing that you have taken care of something instead of just having thrown it away.

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  2. Wow, he has some really nice pieces. Great idea to refurbish old furniture and make it new and funky :-)

    Kelly (one half of DesignTies)

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  3. awesome link. i too am addicted to anything vintage that need a little care and enjoy working on furniture, mostly wood. fab find. good luck in still working on your own line of vintage glamour, i'm sure it will be a success!

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  4. I love his website! I look forward to the day when I can afford his merchandise, as everything is absolutely gorgeous!!!

    PS I bought an antique lamp, and I'm curious to know what I should do for a lamp shade. I'd love your wonderful opinion :)

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  5. Ooh! Very chic indeed!

    I love that console with the fretwork doors. So cool.

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  6. I just love the oriental mix with the french chic! SO, so lovely!

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  7. thankyou everyone for your amazing support and comments!! I am inspired by your enthusiam and our shared passion for all things beautiful!
    Albert Sultan

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