Interior designer Michelle Cheatham is the owner of ARCHITECT’S DAUGHTER, a company based in Napa Valley and San Francisco discovers and locates focal pieces for the home and garden. ARCHITECT’S DAUGHTER sources unique, authentic objects from around the world, selling primarily to the design trade industry. Recently launched last fall, ARCHITECT’S DAUGHTER is eclectic. Michelle relies on her keen eye, understated confidence and good taste to mix and select what is considered the best, one-of-a-kind finds with contemporary pieces. All original objects and accessories are investment pieces of unparalleled quality, hand-selected by Michelle herself.
“I love connecting people to unique pieces that they wouldn't have found otherwise. I love seeing the joy and contentment when designers discover their newly found treasures,” Michelle says.
This will be her first time as a vendor at Market Hill.
“I am most excited to be a part of this community of likeminded individuals. I love Paul Michael, and I love Texans,” she says. “The fall show was my first Round Top experience, and I was hooked! Texans are so welcoming and are undeniably fun.”
As for what she’s looking forward to about the Market Hill experience, she says, “I look forward to the live music played after-hours. I love socializing and making new connections with new friends from everywhere.”
When asked about what special items we can expect to find at ARCHITECT’S DAUGHTER, Michelle describes a few key pieces. “A magnificent pair of early 19th century French wrought iron entrance gates from Dijon, France. All four beautifully crafted handles are original and replete with a variety of skillfully executed hand forged ironwork techniques.” She’s also bringing a pair of plant stand busts from 19th century France and a large iron crown from the late 18th century France that was said to be used as a cornet or bed crown in Marie Antoinette’s daughter, Sophie’s bedroom as well as an unusual and charming pair of iron and wood and linen-covered “crapuad” (toad) chairs from France circa 1860.
Be sure to extend a big Texas welcome to Michelle at ARCHITECT’S DAUGHTER at Market Hill. In the meantime, you can learn more at ArchitectsDaughter.com, follow Architect’s Daughter on Facebook and find her on Instagram @architects_daughter_sf.