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February 6, 2014

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Atlanta’s Crawford Bray learned to appreciate art in many forms at early age. He studied painting at age six and danced with New York City’s Metropolitan Opera.

With a sharp eye for design, Bray began his career in interior design working with New York-based designer Howard Kaplan. He later served as director of the antiques division at Jerry Pair, which has a showroom in Atlanta.

With his background as a buyer, designer and merchandiser, Bray decided to start his started his own line (Crawford Bray Design) of unique home furnishings and re-imagined objects, including lighting.

To create his sophisticated sconces, Bray uses new and antique elements. He reworks antique, wrought iron spikes (below) into a sculptural pair of sconces ($850 at Atlanta Made, 1187 Howell Mill Road).

With crystal spikes, he creates a pair of scones ($1,700 at The Mercantile, 1430 Dresden Drive) that add an elegant focus to a home or office wall. The custom shades and mounting pieces are made in the greater Atlanta area.

For Bray’s designs, check (www.mercantileatlanta.com) and atlantamade.us. Or visit www.crawfordbraydesign.com

 

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