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Hampshire House Lamp Table

88-718

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Dorothy Draper

Hampshire House Lamp Table 88-718

Originally made of wrought iron, this table was used in Dorothy Draper’s design of the Garden Lounge at the Hampshire House, a residential hotel in New York City. The Hampshire House table features three highly stylized carved supports of a leaf design that is reminiscent of the 1940s. Hand-carved scrolls terminate on each side of a three-sided stepped base. Made of Cherry. Gilt leaf accents are optional.

Wood Species: Cherry
  • Height: 28" (71.12 cm)
  • Arm Height: 0" (0 cm)
  • Diameter: 28" (71.12 cm)
  • 61 Bark 1 Bark
  • 32 Brighton 1 Brighton
  • 571 Sugarcane 1 Sugarcane
  • 25 Preservation 501 Caversham 1 Preservation
  • 19 Americana 1 Americana
  • 27 Winterthur 545 Aubergine 1 Winterthur
  • 742 Portofino 1 190718 140421 Portofino
  • 563 Heron 1 Heron
  • 64 Ebony Aged 1 Ebony
  • 557 Lava 1 190718 140602 Lava
  • 555 Brier Smoke 1 Brier Smoke
  • 740 Avellino 1 190718 140649 Avellino
  • 63 Dearborn 525 Sable 1 Dearborn
  • 62 Grosse Pointe 747 Umbria 1 Grosse Pointe
  • 240 Ivory Pearl 1 Ivory Pearl
  • 355 Coral Striata 1 Coral Striata
  • 373 Indigo Striata 1 Indigo Striata
  • 375 Grey Striata 1 Grey Striata
  • 386 Red Lacquer Striata 1 Red Lacquer Striata
  • 388 Apple Green Striata 1 Apple Green Striata
  • 401 Coastal 1 Coastal
  • 402 Petoskey 1 Petoskey
  • 403 Dune 1 Dune
  • 404 Obsidean 1 Obsidian
  • 75 Grey 1 Grey
  • 270 Brushed White 1 Brushed White
  • 251 Brushed Robins Egg Blue 1 Brushed Robin's Egg Blue
  • 252 Brushed Putty 1 Brushed Putty
  • 253 Brushed Ice 1 Brushed Ice
  • 254 Brushed Cream 1 Brushed Cream
  • 255 Brushed Coral 1 Brushed Coral
  • 256 Brushed Ocean 1 Brushed Ocean
  • 257 Brushed Citrus 1 Brushed Citrus
  • 258 Brushed Orange 1 Brushed Orange
  • 271 Brushed Bone 1 Brushed Bone
  • 272 Brushed Wisteria 1 Brushed Wisteria
  • 273 Brushed Indigo 1 Brushed Indigo
  • 280 Brushed Black Lacquer 1 Brushed Black Lacquer
  • 288 Brushed Green Apple 1 Brushed Green Apple
  • 73 Indigo 1 Indigo
  • 207 Oyster 1 Oyster
  • 80 Black Lacquer 1 Black Lacquer
  • 86 Red Lacquer 1 Red Lacquer
  • 71 Bone 1 Bone
  • 72 Wisteria 1 Wisteria
  • 70 White 1 White
  • 51 Robins Egg Blue 1 Robin's Egg Blue
  • 52 Putty 1 Putty
  • 152 Aged Putty 1 Aged Putty
  • 53 Ice 1 Ice
  • 54 Cream 1 Cream
  • 55 Coral 1 Coral
  • 56 Ocean 1 Ocean
  • 57 Citrus 1 Citrus
  • 58 Orange 1 Orange
  • 42 Braziliance 1 Braziliance
  • 107 option Gilt Leaf

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About the Collection

Dorothy Draper

If it looks right, it is right.

Pioneer of the Modern Baroque style, Dorothy Draper was known for big and bold. This collection is a haven for the fearless use of color, pattern, and dramatic design elements. The Dorothy Draper collection is curated for those unafraid to embrace their own style and reject “all that is impractical, uncomfortable, and drab.”

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About the Designer

Dorothy Draper

“"I always put in one controversial item. It makes people talk." If it looks right, it is right."”
– Dorothy Draper

Dorothy Draper was born to a wealthy and privileged family in 1889, in one of the most exclusive communities in American history, Tuxedo Park. She was the first to “professionalize” the interior design industry by establishing in 1923, the first interior design company in the United States, Dorothy Draper & Company. This was a time when it was considered daring for a woman to go into business for herself. Dorothy Draper's style was big and bold. She invented Modern Baroque with over-sized, plaster work and the dramatic use of vibrant color. She is known for her interior design work on behalf of such organizations as Hampshire House and The Carlyle in New York, The Mark Hopkins Hotel in San Francisco, The Greenbrier in West Virginia and Arrowhead Springs Hotel in Southern California. She was a very confident and successful businesswoman who always said, "If it looks right, it is right."