Piled High

A guide to covetable looks for him, her and home, curated by the city’s experts

Photography Anthony Mair

Styling Brian Primeaux

Styling Assistant Molly Trucano


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Furniture, home accessories and even a dress or two populate the racks of downtown design boutique Patina Decor, which recently opened in the Arts District. Owners Kate Aldrich and Tim Shaffer and their unique brand of vintage housewares are the toast of the city.

Clockwise from left: 1950s Kwan-Yin brass sculpture, $275; 1960s brutalist art sculpture, $395; Blenko glass vase, $220; and 1960s glasses and brass stand, $185; all available at Patina Decor, 1211 S. Main St., 776-6222; PatinaDecorLV.com.









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