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Ashley Darryl, Ashley Darryl Interiors

www.AshleyDarryl.com

Ashley Darryl, founder and owner of her namesake interior design firm, is quickly becoming one of Manhattan’s rising design stars. Best known for creating livable, unique spaces by blending styles into a cohesive, one-of-a-kind look, Ashley prides herself on bringing her client’s visions to life.

At an early age, Ashley was inspired by “the hunt” for unique design pieces. Accompanying her mother, also an interior designer, to flea markets and antique stores in East Texas, she knew early on the value of a diamond in the rough.

Today, Ashley’s diamonds in the rough are vintage pieces from eras past. Ashley loves mixing antiques with classic and contemporary pieces to create an eclectic look. According to one client, “Ashley’s design vision is immaculate. She comes up with ways to mix textures and patterns that result in magazine ready spaces.”

Ashley’s ability to wow her clients stems from her strength in understanding their taste and ideas, translating them into stories told through each room she decorates. Her impressive and quickly growing roster of clients is located all over Manhattan, Connecticut and The Hamptons.

After graduating from Southern Methodist University and Sotheby’s prestigious antique course, she apprenticed under notable interior designers Jeff Lincoln and Richard Keith Langham before launching Ashley Darryl Interiors in 2012.

Breakfast Room

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  • 119
    Ole Wanscher
    Sideboard
    circa 1930
    7,000 - 9,000 USD
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  • 120
    A Derby porcelain yellow-ground part tea and coffee service
    circa 1795-1800
    12,000 - 18,000 USD
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  • 121
    William Wegman
    B. 1943
    'RURAL HEADQUARTERS'
    William Wegman, 'Rural headquarters'
    1,500 - 2,500 USD
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  • 122
    Yousuf Karsh
    1908-2002
    GEORGIA O'KEEFFE
    1956
    3,000 - 5,000 USD
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  • 123
    A Russian silver-mounted cut glass centerpiece
    1908-1917
    9,000 - 12,000 USD
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  • 124
    Wayne Thiebaud
    b.1920
    Paint Cans
    12,000 - 18,000 USD
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  • 125
    A set of twelve Italian Neoclassical style parcel-gilt and cream-painted chairs
    8,000 - 12,000 USD
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  • 126
    Sol LeWitt
    1928 - 2007
    Two Assymetrical Pyramids: Two Plates (K. 1986.04)
    5,000 -7,000 USD
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  • 127
    A Chinese Export black lacquer cabinet on stand
    circa 1800
    8,000 - 12,000 USD
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  • 128
    A pair of Italian Neoclassical style carved white marble vases
    late 19th century
    6,000 - 9,000 USD
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  • 129
    An unusual English creamware two-handled silver-lustre vase
    circa 1805
    4,000 - 6,000 USD
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  • 130
    A rare English art pottery vase
    1912
    4,000 - 6,000 USD
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  • 131
    An American silver and mixed-metal "Japanesque" bowl
    1881
    5,000 - 6,000 USD
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  • 132
    A Victorian silver tray
    1890
    1,200 - 1,800 USD
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  • 133
    82FHR
    An Italian silver pitcher designed by Frank Lloyd Wright
    late 20th century
    5,500 - 6,500 USD
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  • 134
    A Neoclassical ormolu and patinated bronze six-light chandelier
    probably Russian or Austrian, 19th century
    8,000 - 12,000 USD
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  • 135
    A Derby porcelain yellow-ground part tea and coffee service
    19th century
    1,200 - 1,800 USD
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  • 136
    Richard Serra
    b.1939
    Sketch #6 (Gemini 47.15)
    1,500 - 2,500 USD
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  • 137
    Sol LeWitt
    1928 - 2007
    Double Cubes in Grays and Colors Superimposed (Krakow 1989.02)
    1,500 - 2,500 USD
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  • 138
    Pair of Edwardian satinwood marquetry pier tables Circa 1900
    12,000 - 18,000 USD
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  • 139
    A George III silver basket
    1772
    6,000 - 8,000 USD
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  • 140
    George IV rosewood circular center table Circa 1820
    18,000 - 22,000 USD
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  • 141
    A set of three Derby porcelain yellow-ground tea bowls and saucers and two  coffee cans and saucers
    circa 1795-1805
    3,000 - 5,000 USD
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