A Pair of Handblown Murano Glass Lamps, 1950s. Joseph Anfuso 20th Century Design.
A Room Divider attributed to Jacques Adnet, c. 1930. Moderne Gallery.

Since its founding in 2007, Gil Walsh Interiors has quietly emerged as a premier design firm, noted not only for exquisitely detailed work, but also for the diversity of their projects. From luxury homes, country clubs, and executive offices to elegant resort hotels, the Gil Walsh touch has brought a unique sense of place to distinguished interiors from coast to coast. With offices in Palm Beach and Martha’s Vineyard, the firm applies cutting edge methods and materials to produce environments that transcend trends, while taking into consideration the client’s unique vision.

The firm is helmed by Gil Walsh -- one of the country’s leading interior designers, best known for her refined aesthetic and knack for seamlessly integrating style and function into all of her projects. Walsh, who grew up in a beautifully styled home filled with classic decor, was drawn to interior design because it enabled her to integrate her keen fashion sense with her deep interest in art history, architecture, and antiques. Classically trained in the 1970s, Walsh learned from the masters of French, English, and Italian design. Her hands-on training with celebrated craftsmen in areas of furniture, woodworking, and plastering, is evident in her interiors, which showcase myriad bespoke elements such as one-of-a-kind antiques, custom furniture, unique textiles, and striking architectural features.

Walsh browsed InCollect and selected pieces that, to her, reflect classic Palm Beach style. Eclectic, exuberant, and functional, Palm beach style is typified by bright palettes, clean lines, and reverence for the stunning surroundings. In addition to its jaw-dropping ocean views, lush natural landscape, and magnificent sunsets, Palm Beach is home to some of the finest mid century modern design in the country. British Colonial, Georgian, and Bermuda-style structures are interspersed with bold modernist buildings and the shops on Antiques Row are teeming with mid century modern design treasures as well as Art Deco masterpieces, neoclassical furniture,  and much more.

A Pair of Lucite Lounge Chairs, Vladimir Kagan, c. 1970s. Todd Merrill Studio.
A Sterling Silver Disc Design Creamer and Sugar with Tray, Georg Jensen, c. 1933-44. Spencer Marks Ltd.

Among Walsh’s top picks are a pair of mid century modern hand-blown Murano glass lamps in a rich orange hue from Joseph Anfuso 20th Century Design; a pair of dramatic regency benches with ivory lacquer and sable velvet upholstery from Assemblage Ltd.; A geometric Art Deco room divider by Jacques Adnet from Moderne Gallery; a George III Mahogany open lattice armchair with a lime green seat from The Stanley Weiss Collection; a pair of lucite lounge chairs by the mid century modern design master Vladimir Kagan from Todd Merrill Studio; a set of whimsical plates by Piero Fornasetti from Earle D. Vandekar of Knightsbridge; an asymmetrical brass coffee table from Bridges Over Time; a striking mid century modern sofa by Frits Henningsen from Lillian Nassau LLC; a Walnut and leather lounge chair by celebrated Studio furniture maker Sam Maloof from Archive; a Federal chest of drawers from Stiles House Antiques; a rare sterling silver creamer and sugar set by Georg Jensen from Spencer Marks Ltd., and a bold Tibetan Khaden from Sandra Whitman Antique & Old Chinese Rugs.

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Gil Walsh Interiors

433 Northwood Road
West Palm Beach, FL 33407