Shopping Bag: Jeffrey Delvy

August 25, 2015

SO15 Jeffrey Delvy

From China to France, global influences abound in interior designer Jeffrey Delvy’s projects. Here are some of his favorite pieces for curating a well-traveled look.

Fabrics from Brunschwig & Fils

“These Persian-inspired fabrics add a beautifully exotic touch to any room. Use them for upholstery or pillows, or create a romantic cocoon with upholstered walls.” Boston Design Center, (617) 348-2855,

Square Ottoman Covered in Moroccan Tapestry

“This is a modern form wrapped in an antique-style textile. I love how it can act as a side table, extra seat, or footstool.” Landry & Arcari Rugs and Carpeting, Boston, Salem, and Framingham, Mass.,

Brass Shiva Statue

“This piece is so seductive with all the open work
in the design. It would be beautiful taking center stage in the middle of a room or placed in a window for a dramatic effect.” Mohr and McPherson, Boston and Watertown, Mass.,

Louis XV Center Table from France

“Classic French furniture works well with a variety of exotic items from around the world. Coco Chanel’s iconic Paris apartment was the perfect example of this. The size of this table allows it to sit next to a sofa, act as a small desk, or float in an entry.” Marcoz Antiques, Boston, (617) 262-0780,

Antique Chinese Horseshoe Back Chair

“The lines of this chair seem so clean and modern—it’s hard to believe it was designed more than 400 years ago.” Olde China Trader, Bristol, R.I., (401) 378-8483,

Jeffrey Delvy Design & Decoration, Boston, (617) 504-6627,

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