This Could Be Yours: A Designer's Impressive Private Collection

sponsored1 We've had our eyes on Los Angeles-based interior designer David McCauley, who got his start in the design scene under the illustrious Kelly Wearstler, since we first laid eyes on his work -- after all, any protégé of Ms. Wearstler's is an icon of ours. With a portfolio that includes the home of country crooner Sheryl Crow, LA's Chamberlain Hotel (on Conde Nast Vacationer's "Hot List" of the world's best hotels), and historic properties in Beverly Hills' preeminent Trousdale Estates neighborhood, the man is one to watch. And now, he's one to shop . . . The skilled designer has partnered with "pre-loved" furniture and decor marketplace to offer treasures from his personal collection for sale. The selection includes gilded accessories, Modernist armchairs, rare books, abstract artwork, and more; prices start at $60. With the holidays ahead, we think it's the perfect opportunity to scoop up a few gifts, like vintage issues of Architectural Digest or a sunburst wall sculpture, for your design-loving friends. Better yet, is offering Domaine readers a special opportunity to win a $250 credit toward the shop's exquisite collection of decor. -- but hurry: it ends Nov. 30 at 11:59 p.m. ET. To see the entire David McCauley collection, visit .
 , $175 , $475  , $200
 , $400  , $2,210  , $550
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