What knits it all together at Fleurt is in part an organic, neutral palette that embraces both the time-weathered finishes of the antiques and the quiet colors of the modern pieces.
We'd describe Fleurt's aesthetic as simultaneously earthy and fabulous, mixing bold, out-scale items like an antique rail station lighting fixture with more delicate items like a clawfoot tub.
Fleurt seems like the kind of place you'd want to visit repeatedly in the hopes of happening on that perfect, unique detail for your home, as so many of the items are one-of-a-kind. Prices range widely depending on the size and vintage of your purchase, but seem fair considering the considerable scouting and editing that goes into assembling a collection like this.
On a recent vist we were taken with a rough-hewn table from a European country kitchen, complete with flour drawers, and the framed Cocteau sketch, an original, that was perched atop it.
The aesthetic continues to evolve, soon to include antiques from Rachman's recent trip to Asia.