First Look: Not Just Chairs. Chairs With Wings.

Since opening their showroom/salon Fair Folks & A Goat ( a year ago on the Upper East Side, Aurora Stokowski and her partner Anthony Mazzei have consistently replenished their wildly eclectic stock of furniture, art, jewelry, and home accessories. (Aurora, incidentally, is the granddaughter of style icon Gloria Vanderbilt.) She recently showed me some of their latest finds, which include the fantastical Wing Chair ($2,400) by Nora Rabins and a summery striped carpet ($200) from Dwell Studio. Photo: Wendy Goodman

This intriguing piece, also by Rabins, is called the Couple ($1,250). It’s made from steel, cake tins, and expanding foam and reminds Aurora of “home, domesticity, femininity, and perfect pairings.” Photo: Wendy Goodman

The pair of floral-print light boxes set atop the fireplace are by Refined Sugar Studio and sell for $1,750 each. The flowers were individually shot at the same time of day to give uniform shadows to each portrait and then transferred to heavy acrylic. The light comes from low-wattage fluorescent bulbs. Photo: Wendy Goodman

A detail of the flower light box. Photo: Wendy Goodman

This patterned screen by Crystal Gregory ($800) was incised by hand on panels of wallpapered drywall. Photo: Wendy Goodman

The felt-covered chairs ($850 each) from Toronto’s Brothers Dressler are made from recycled school chairs, industrial felt, and walnut reinforcements on the legs. Photo: Wendy Goodman

The Katch Design Company’s new Supreme Beams ($125 each)”great as bookends, paperweights, or cool doorstops”are made from solid aluminum that has been powder-coated and shined to a mirror finish. They come in pink, red, brown, black, blue, green, and orange. Photo: Wendy Goodman

Fair Folks & A Goat now has a great selection of jewelry, which includes this sampling of folded brass-and-silver pieces by Jenna Wainwright. Photo: Wendy Goodman

Christine Facella’s amazing porcelain animal skulls are tipped in 24-k gold leaf and sell for $80 for the smallest skull and $300 for the largest. Facella also makes jewelry of porcelain jawbones on oxidized-silver chains. Photo: Wendy Goodman

First Look: Not Just Chairs. Chairs With Wings.