Los Angeles-based Schuyler Samperton is known throughout the design world for her modern-classic style, whether in the elegant yet practical interiors she creates, or the sumptuous texture and patterns of her fabric and wallpaper designs. Her clients have all benefitted from the impeccable taste she brings to all her work, and from her knack for pairing contemporary design with antiques and vintage. Here, she shares her first curated collection of pieces chosen from The Bruno Effect.
“My inspiration for this collection was a home that I long to create for myself — a historic house in the country, surrounded by things with a sense of history. As you can see, I’ve chosen a collection of antiques, ranging from a pair of Georgian relief songbirds to a Charles II oak armchair. Antiques feel cozy to me — I love thinking about who might have owned something. What were they like? How did they spend their time? Things like that fascinate me.”