In the rotating display of living spaces, Caravan Curated home presents special discoveries, as well as the works of a core group of tightly edited vendors and artisans that compliment each other in quality, originality, and design. Currently, we exclusively showcase the following:

 
 

Big Chill is a Pennsylvania-based home appliance manufacturer renowned for its retro design and innovative detail which appeals to those seeking to make a statement with style and color in their kitchen space. Orion and Thom, founders of Big Chill decided to bring the Retro fridge, one of their first designs, to the public. It was a big risk basing a business on such a uniquely styled product, and they didn’t stop with just a singular design. Orion curated a palette of vintage-inspired colors for the fridge, an innovative idea in an industry landscape dominated by neutral tones and a trend at the time to hide appliances behind cabinetry-like doors. He took memorable colors inspired by cars and kitchens of the 50s, brightened them for an even bolder take, and made them part of the Original Size Retro’s style. If Orion had one goal with his designs; to bring cheer to the heart of the home. Big Chill continues to be an industry leader in design and color today, with innovative products in a range of styles and sizes coming to market regularly.

 

A favorite of architects and interior designers, German manufacturer Badeloft offers luxurious free standing tubs and sinks in clean and modern lines. Each and every bathtub and sink manufactured by Badeloft is distinctly made with the unique components of high-quality stone resin. They manufacture stone resin mineral baths and sinks in a versatility of sizes and shapes, accommodating the most intimate of boudoirs and the grandest of master bathrooms. Let the quality and beauty of products offered by Badeloft convince you that you have made the right choice…when you choose to furnish your most intimate settings with Badeloft products, we are choosing a lifetime of sensuality and comfort. 

 

Caravan houses exclusives of Jean Paul Gaultier's signature home design pieces. We have some of this best and iconic pillows and throws, sure to make a statement in any room. From the uniform of the masses to the dreamlike fashions showcased in his runway shows, the couturier refuses to be defined as either political or provocative. A man of conviction, he sees himself more as a revolutionary, systematically calling into question clichés, standards, codes, conventions and traditions. He turns, shifts and flips them around - even destroys them - in his bid to reinvent them.

 
 

French home goods, American customer service! A chic, decorative, and timeless look for your home, directly from the finest supply houses of France and Italy made in the US. Kenisa Homes specializes in reasonable priced window treatments, coordinated pillows, throws, and bed linens. Because of their extensive contacts, they deal directly with the finest mills and manufacturers in France, Italy, Spain, and England.  

 
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Massarah Home is a lifestyle brand inspired by Morocco.a unique selection of handmade and vintage objects for the home that carry the charm of an old world aesthetic and yet tie into the leisurely sophisticated Hamptons lifestyle.  Massarah in arabic translates to "happiness" and "joy" and we hope these unique finds brings a sense of happiness and joy into your home.

 

Global Collection is a curated collection of decorative items from around the Far East,  including far away Shangri-La’s Bhutan, Cambodia; China; Indonesia; Laos; Myanmar; Nepal; Singapore and Vietnam as well as pieces from Australia. Each piece of the Collection whether it be hand-made door handles; antique spinning tops, silver-rimmed horn bowls or antique statues, authentic shagreen boxes and bespoke walking sticks, are items that tell a story and add depth to any space. After 30 years of traveling the globe and collecting hand-crafted pieces from some of the roads less-travelled, our curator combined a passion for adventure travel and collecting interesting accessories, and established an organization that not only brings back items from sometimes remote villages and countries, but also works with these villages to give back.   A portion of GC’s proceeds will go back to the country of origin to help fund clean water initiatives; infrastructure and the general needs of the villages from where the item was crafted.

 

Selima Optique combines high fashion with everyday function, blending tradition and modernity to create truly timeless eyewear. In 1993, Selima’s first boutique opened in SoHo and quickly became a rendezvous for all sorts of creative personalities who appreciated the quality craftsmanship of Selima's works. Since those early, heady days, Selima Optique has crafted custom frames for the likes of Bono, Liv Tyler and Madonna — to name drop a bit! These custom frame orders led to the official launch of the Selima branded eyewear collection at Barneys New York in 1996 through her own shop-in-shop, the first of its kind. Selima also designs collections of specialty frames for fashion brands Jack Spade and J. Crew.

 

Martin's work o jewelry and jeweled objects began in the late 70’s. He started by taking apart antique and collectable jewelry from back as far as the Edwardian and victorian eras up through the deco periods of the 40’s and 50’s. He then thought of reworking them using their elements as tarnished parts of new assemblage pieces. He saw the appearance of being broken, tangled, forgotten, or uncared for like a lost treasure found and rediscovered the newly appreciated and conserved as works of art that carry a new weight of information about there intrinsic preciousness. They were made of bronzes and brass, copper and gold, gold filled and silvers. They evoked a life of use with a new possibility yet to be realized.  In time he started to work from scratch with raw and cut gemstones and the finest gauges of chains. Martins work has been worn by Victoria Secret models, Heidi Klum, and featured in various magazine editorials.