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Shopper’s Diary: Dering Hall Launches

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Shopper’s Diary: Dering Hall Launches

Sarah Lonsdale October 06, 2011

Our friend Peter Sallick (of Waterworks lineage) has just launched an online venture called Dering Hall, a new approach to bespoke home furnishings. Some of our favorite design savants from all over the world—from Rose Uniacke in London to John Derian in New York to Will Wick in San Francisco—are offering their wares through Dering Hall, which Sallick describes as "an online marketplace for the finest interior designers, architects, artisans, and design dealers to showcase their work and sell new, high-end home furnishings and accessories."

N.B. Check out our Remodelista Storefront on Dering Hall, where we feature some of our own favorite finds.

Below are some other favorites from the Dering Hall Marketplace:

Above: Teak Los Garden Bench by Los Angeles-based Meier/Ferrer.

Above: The Escutcheon by Vica (Annabelle Selldorf of Selldorf Architects).

Above: The Draper's Table from London-based Rose Uniacke is made from oak with metal trestles.

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Annabelle Selldorf

Escutcheon

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