We’ve Been Style Spotted at High Point Market!

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Theodore Alexander has been Style Spotted at the April 2014 High Point Market. Thank you to Gary Inman and Home Accents Today for recognizing these unique designs. The Chunky Table and D’Argent Bedside Commode are by Architectural Digest Top 100 Interior Designer Jamie Drake. The Platinum Author desk is a Theodore Alexander original.


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    A Pop of Colour for Spring


    The Keno Bros. ‘Reveal’ desk is enlivened by a glossy blue lacquer interior. Hand crafted from sleek Amotique veneer, ‘Reveal’ features a charging unit and minimalistic stainless steel hands.

    Source: Safavieh Style

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      A Contemporary Vision, by Interior Designer Jamie Drake

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        Jamie Drake for Theodore Alexander: April 2014

        An eclectic juxtaposition of materials are featured in Jamie Drake for Theodore Alexander, including rich mahogany, leather, hammered brass, mother of pearl, stone, and cerused finishes, providing a fresh and alluring take on contemporary style. Signature pieces include an upholstered headboard banded in mother of pearl and sleek, fully upholstered chairs and sofas.

        “Jamie Drake for Theodore Alexander” will debut with a 2,000 square-foot showroom presentation at April High Point Market. The collection will be available worldwide through Theodore Alexander’s finest retailers, designers, and trade showrooms.

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          A Hint of European Tradition


          This hand carved and caned bergère armchair by Theodore Alexander features a laurel carved, serpentine seat and a luxurious gold silk cushion.

          Inspired by a  Louis XV provincial French piece the armchair adds a hint of European tradition to a light and airy bedroom by Cindy Ross Interior Design 

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            The Intricacies of The Myth

            Hand finished patinated brass imbues Theodore Alexander’s The Myth crane sculpture with glamourous appeal. The original form was hand carved in wax by master artisans to create a tactile surface that mimics delicate feathers.

            This piece is inspired by  intricate 19th century Japanese Meiji period originals and forms part of our Indochine theme.

            The Myth

            Image via Pavillion Broadway.

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