The New Norm: WFH

“I see great spaces and architectural environments as canvases for great art. Bonhams’ new Work From Home auction contains a beautiful mix of art and home decor.” — Kipton Cronkite

It’s been nearly a year living the new norm: Working From Home. Now is the perfect opportunity to changeup your home decor and art. Today, Bonhams launches their new curated sale and has asked me to share some of my favorite works by Tiffany Studios, Holly Hunt, Lisa Johansson Pape, Jorge Zalszupin, Antoni Muntadas, and Hans Agne Jakobsson. Bonhams specialist Bekka Saks shared, “A balanced design of artwork, decorative objects and furniture can lend brightness to a space that might otherwise feel bleak.” With most galleries and showrooms closed or limiting access to the public, the Work From Home auction provides an opportunity for everyone to brighten up their at home work environment. ‘Work From Home’ runs from January 27 to February 5, 2021.


My favorite works highlight a mixture of functional design objects from respected artists.

Kipton Cronkite

Founded in London in 1793, Bonhams is the sole remaining international auction house that is privately owned and in British hands. They hold more than 400 specialist sales a year in 60 different categories at their flagship salerooms in London, New York, Los Angeles, and Hong Kong.


Kipton Cronkite

I see great spaces and architectural environments as canvases for great art. My passion is to connect beautiful homes with the works of emerging and established artists - as it is through art that the true essence of space can be fully realized.

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