Meet our dealers and see what sets them apart.
Project1’s dealers offer an extensive array of unique and interesting home furnishings and art. Our roster of dealers includes artisans who create, craftspeople who customize or repair, and interior designers who can help you create just the right atmosphere for your special find.
Rebecca was born into the trade. Having cut her teeth in Europe and North Africa and raised by an antiques dealer mother, Rebecca was destined to become a collector. Rebecca has an eye for identifying the beautiful and discovering the unusual. From a 19th century chinoiserie cabinet to an eight foot long folk art snake, Rebecca’s ever changing inventory never ceases to delight.
Anne Hughes DeCamps, owner of anne•hues•designs, is the Richmond Stockist and Trained Instructor for Chalk Paint® decorative paint by Annie Sloan. Chalk Paint® is the unique decorative paint Annie Sloan developed for furniture, floors and walls. All Chalk Paint® and Supplies are available at the shop and Workshops are also offered for both beginner and experienced painters. Fancy a one-on-one experience? Learn how to take your painting to the next level with Chalk Paint® private lessons. Anne is always ready to help you with your paint project, so come visit here at the store to learn more about how Chalk Paint can enhance your home.
Anne DeCamps’ offerings include hand painted furnishings and creative home décor, commissions and custom painted pieces for your specific style.
A 20th century decorative arts dealer, furniture designer and architectural metalworker whose design work has appeared in major publications including Southern Accents, House Beautiful, Metropolitan Home and House & Garden magazines. He has won numerous awards and is included in many important private and corporate collections, among them the Sydney and Frances Lewis collection, Markel Corporation, Media General Inc, Erni Components and VCU-MCV Hospital. Beane is an antiques dealer specializing in French and Italian design that dates from the art deco period to the late 1980’s.
From a 19th century pair of French fauteuils to a 1970s’ Pierre Cardin burl and brass dining table, West End is well represented with a curated selection of vintage and antique designs displayed in inspirational room settings.
Metro Modern features a mix of original Mid-Century Modern furniture, lighting, objects and fine art. Designer and signed works are represented along with unsigned pieces of great integrity. Metro Modern also showcases contemporary crafts persons and artists within Richmond’s rich artistic community.
Let Norman & Gwen Rose help you with your special lighting needs. Repurposing and redesigning items following customer’s requests is a specialty. Holly Grove also repairs and restores other small mechanical and electrical items.
A gilded mirror, a Florentine commode, impossibly scrolled Italian iron work and a Louis XV style silk paneled screen are just a few of the romantic Continental offerings available through Robert Martin Antiques.
Inspired and informed design enriches the way you live every day. Geraldine Duskin Design works with you to combine your individual style and interests with a distinctive design vision. Focusing on the collections you value – art, crafts, books, furniture, antiques – we create a fresh, sophisticated design that provides modern comfort and timeless appeal.
Mark Grovesteen of M. Douglas Interior Design creates rooms that inspire as well as offer great comfort, warmth and beauty. Mark can create a custom room design, whether traditional or contemporary, that fits you, your family and the way you enjoy living.
At Bella Terra you’ll find an array of vintage, antique and modern wares with a focus on outdoor living. Bella Terra’s offerings include creative containers for porch and patio as well as elegant living centerpieces or custom permanent floral arrangements for interior spaces.
Sara Greer Martin of Bella Terra Designs is a State Certified Horticulturist and a member of the Virginia Nurseryman’s & Landscaper’s Association.
Whether you have antiques, art, collectibles, or just “stuff”, it is important for you to know their current value. If you plan on selling, dividing or keeping personal possessions, an appraisal can be an invaluable tool in deciding what to do with your items.