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Pair of French Sleigh Beds C. 1810 | Beds & Accessories by Jonathan Rachman Design | SF Decorator Showcase 2019 in San Francisco
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Pair of French Sleigh Beds C. 1810 | Beds & Accessories by Jonathan Rachman Design | SF Decorator Showcase 2019 in San Francisco
Pair of French Sleigh Beds C. 1810 | Beds & Accessories by Jonathan Rachman Design | SF Decorator Showcase 2019 in San Francisco

Pair of French Sleigh Beds C. 1810 - Beds & Accessories

Featured In SF Decorator Showcase 2019, San Francisco, CA

A handsome and good quality pair of french empire walnut sleigh beds with giltwood hairy paw feet, each with well-figured richly-patinated flared uprights joined by the original rails; raised on well-carved giltwood paw feet; excellent restored condition. Circa 1810. 40” H x 36.25” W x 83”D. Available at Epoca.

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Jonathan Rachman Design
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Wescover creator since 2019
As one of the Bay Area's most celebrated interior designers, Jonathan Rachman brings an international story to all of his work

Born in Sumatra, Jonathan developed an appreciation of Indonesia’s natural beauty and attention to detail in the craftsmanship of their furniture, textiles, and sculpture. An education in Switzerland afforded him the luxury of traveling across Europe to some of the best antiques markets in the world. Living in Paris, he frequented its famed flea market and developed a keen eye for collections—something for which he’s now well regarded.

Rachman is also known for the buying trips he takes with clients around the world. His knowledge of other countries, their markets, and their languages gives him confidence to lead clients to the best each place has to offer.

He opened his first antiques and floral design shop in the heart of San Francisco. It became a favorite of design enthusiasts and the media alike, and Rachman began giving patrons advice on interior design. That led him to start his own design firm.