Interior designer Whittney Parkinson sourced our Plank Wood Dining Table & Red Paper Mache Vase for her English Tudor House project. Featured in the December 2022 issue of House Beautiful (and we made it on the cover!).
"Because the design was a constant balance of old meets new, I knew I had to specify the perfect vintage pieces, but more specifically pieces that were going to be unique & in beautiful shape & condition. I can always check those boxes when I purchase from Litt Concept House."
Whittney Parkinson @whittneyparkinson
“As I started to pick out the final touches for the nursery, one of the elements I wanted to bring in was antiques. Treasured finds that have history and age to it, similar to the pieces in the rest of our home. I connected with Litt Concept House, a furniture and art store based in Sherman Oaks that has been in the business of sourcing global antiques since the ’70s (and they create their own line of beautiful furniture). I was intrigued by their collection of antique French mirrors as I was on the hunt for one above the dresser.”
"I grew up antiquing with my mom and grandma and freaking love it. When I found Litt Concept House our vibes just matched. They respect the integrity of old but have a fresh eye and though some of their pieces can be investment pieces, there really is something for everyone. I wanted to bring in some French and English influences to romance our space. They were able to bring in the drama with this insane Antique Bleached French Rosewood Floor Mirror. I also got a crystal desk lamp, bamboo side table and drink cart that are all stunning."
"I incorporate antiques and vintage in every space.
I feel that a space is unfinished without the character and one-of-a-kind nature antiques bring to a room, so incorporating antiques was a must.
I was on a deadline to get the room ready and Dina saved me so much time by pulling a few options from her incredible inventory and, of course, I fell in love with one of the first options she sent. Litt Concept House is full of treasures so it came as no surprise that the missing piece of the puzzle was in their inventory."