Theodore Alexander ‘Delicate Trellis’ Dining Chairs Spotted in Luxe Magazine

A Chinoiserie ‘Cockpen’ side chair, the trellis back above an upholstered drop-in seat, on splayed tapering legs. The original George III, circa 1765.

Chinoiserie ‘Cockpen’ side chairs, the trellis backs above upholstered drop-in seats, on splayed tapering legs. The original George III, circa 1765.

This month we saw Theodore Alexander’s ‘Delicate Trellis’ chairs in the summer edition of Luxe Magazine Dallas + Forth Worth. This gorgeous interior is by designer Tiffany McKinzie.

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    “Theodore Alexander to Host Stellar Interior Design Panel at ‘What’s New, What’s Next’

    Theodore Alexander will host a designer panel at their 4,000 square foot showroom at the New York Design Center Event ‘What’s New, What’s Next’ on September 17th at 6pm, suite 515.

    Interior designers Jamie DrakeRobin BaronAlan Tanksley and Corey Damen Jenkins will participate in a lively discussion moderated by Traditional Home’s Senior Design & Markets Editor, Tori Mellott (pictured below). They will discuss how increasing access to information and product has changed the purchasing equation. How can designers stay relevant in an ever changing market?

    Tori Mellott of Traditional Home

    Tori Mellott of Traditional Home

    “Traditional Home is thrilled to partner with Theodore Alexander to host such an esteemed panel at NYDC’s What’s New What’s Next,” said Beth McDonough, publisher, Traditional Home. “While technology has enabled consumers to access products from around the world more easily, it will never replace the unparalleled quality, expertise and artistry that Theodore Alexander and these accomplished designers provide to create one of a kind spaces that the customer may not have the ability to envision on their own.”

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    Theodore Alexander at What's New, What's Next

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      TA Spotted in Traditional Home!

      Claude, in stock from September 2015, is available as a side chair and armchair. See Traditional Home‘s take on our chic design below.


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        Jeremy Musson at the Althorp Literary Festival

        In June Lord Spencer eloquently wrote on the Althorp Literary Festival in Harper’s Bazaar, describing the growing importance of this yearly event.

        At the Althorp Literary Festival in 2015 Theodore Alexander was delighted to sponsor Jeremy Musson, author of ‘The Drawing Room: English Country House Decoration‘ and expert on the British country house.

        Jeremy Musson at the Althorp Literary Festival

         

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          Explore Jamie Drake for Theodore Alexander at One57 with the New York Post!

          The NY Post sat down with interior designer Jamie Drake to get the details on this $28.5 million residence at One57, the extra-luxe tower that is home to New York’s most expensive apartment.

          Watch out for signature pieces of Jamie Drake for Theodore Alexander in the incredible space, including the Vendome Chairs in the Master Bedroom and Montaigne Chairs in the expansive living area.

          View ALL Jamie Drake for Theodore Alexander furniture on the TA website.

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            “Checkmate!” A Twist on Traditional

            Theodore Alexander’s Hand Carved Gothic Library Settee features in this month’s Traditional Home magazine, upholstered in a bold green gingham with acid yellow welting. 

            TA Settee in Traditional Home

            Inspired by a rare early eighteenth century giltwood settee, TA’s unique Althorp Living History Settee is a study in English style.

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