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finely displayed

objects from nature

Blade Selenite
Coral Cup
Petrified Wood
Morrow Lamp
Kabamba Jasper Bowl

SPIRALE is Represented by
These Fine Showrooms and Galleries:


Sloan Miyasato 

101 Henry Adams St.

Suite 215

San Francisco, CA 94103

(415) 431-1465


Egg & Dart, LTD

595 South Broadway
Ste 110 E

Denver, CO 80209

(303) 744-1676


J Nelson Showroom

South Florida Design Park

2866 Pershing Street

Hollywood, FL  33020

(954) 929-8880


Allan Knight & Associates

150 Turtle Creek Boulevard

Suite 101

Dallas, TX 75207

(214) 741-2227


Interior Crafts, Inc.

222 Merchandise Mart

Suite 14-131

Chicago, IL 60654

(312) 943-3384




8687 Melrose Avenue

Suite B527

West Hollywood, CA 90069

(323) 634-1924


Anees Furniture and Design Boston

One Design Center Place

Suite 328

Boston, MA 02210

(617) 314-9040


Town Studio

2716 N 68th Street 

Suite 2 

Scottsdale, AZ 85257

(480) 214-4792


Design & Detail

10513 W 84th Terrace

Lenexa, KS 66214

(913) 218-0012


Design & Detail

2731 Sutton Boulevard

Saint Louis, MO 63143

(314) 781-3336


Elan Collections

7711 W Post Rd

Las Vegas, NV 89113

(702) 255-8267


Think about the things you loved as a child. For me, foremost was roaming the fields and bottomland of our family farm in Brenham, Texas. You never knew what you would find but with eyes peeled Nature always had an offering for you. 


A bird’s nest, the jawbone of some mysterious and unidentifiable beast or maybe an insanely large seed pod from an over-cup acorn tree. These were Treasures to me. They fueled my imagination and curiosity for the Natural world. I was particularly fascinated when I found a piece of petrified wood, chunk of quartz or flint rocks that sparked when knocked together. I would think to myself, “these things come out of the ground?  My child-mind was officially blown!


Who would have thought that all these years later I would once again be wandering around looking for rocks?  These days the Treasures come from all corners of the world and come in unimaginable shapes and colors—magical time capsules of millions, if not billions of years of history. My degree in Architecture from the University of Texas and decades of furniture, architectural and interior design lead me to this juncture. I sold my furniture and lighting design and manufacturing business in 2001 and thought to myself, “what now?” The answer came in 2003 and Spirale was born.  Grown-ups finding themselves at a career juncture are often told, “Think about what you loved to do as a child.”  So I did!  And I got to combine that love with my years of training in my various fields of design.


Here’s where the magic happens: taking organic, wildly colored and textured elements from Nature and supporting them with the structure and forms of Architecture. I continue to be amazed when the Natural and Man-made world are combined and the result is far greater than the sum of its parts. I hope you share my enthusiasm for this combination. And perhaps you too can remember the things you loved as a child.

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