What you see at Casa Victoria is not always what you get. While a lot of our items are perfect as-is, some of them could benefit from a little nip-tuck (if you know what I mean.) That's why we were so thrilled to have Reviltaliste, a full-service furniture revitalization company that handles everything from pick up to final delivery, acknowledge us as a go-to source for antiques and vintage in the Los Angeles area.
Trusted by top interior design professionals, Revitaliste makes it easier than ever to transform your favorite furniture into something you will truly love. In their most recent blog post, they've taken some current Casa Vic items and added their own design flair - from bold lacquer to fresh upholstery fabrics. You can see some of their unique revitalizations below!
The next time you need to breathe life back into a vintage furniture piece, don't hesitate to reach out to Revitaliste. Interested in one of the items below? Call the store at 323-644-5590 to see if it's still available.
1980s Custom Made Channel Back Sofa
We thought this 1980s custom made channel back sofa was scalloped to perfection until Revitaliste got ahold of it. The pale blush pink gives it a modern edge, $875
View on the site here.
Large 1980s Octagonal Mirror
This large 1980s octagonal mirror is beveled and full of potential. On the left is the original, and on the right is the Revitaliste renewal. They recommend wrapping it in a textural wallpaper like Elitis’s “Anguille Big Croco”. $249
4 Mid-century Dining Chairs by Paul Frankl
This set of four mid-century dining chairs by Paul Frankl are adorable as-is but after a Revitaliste revitalization in a modern graphic print like James Malone’s “Van Allen” fabric, they become absolutely divine. You can even laminate the fabric with a matte finish so it is indestructible!!
Pair of Mid-century Nightstands
This pair of mid-century nightstands features a burlwood trim and two drawers. Though they have a versatile and low-profile design, a simple restoration to the wood would bring them back to their former beauty. Revitaliste would metal plate the existing hardware in polished brass to add a modern metallic pop to the classic mid-century design. Or for a more unique look, they'd swap out the existing hardware for leather pulls or horn/bone knobs!