Tag Archives: Althorp Living History

Theodore Alexander’s Singular Style – A Patagonian Retreat

The Singular Hotel overlooks a windswept expanse of the Ultima Esperanza Sound on the Patagonian coast, shrouded by jagged hills. The hotel’s industrial facade belies its airy and modern interior. Architect Pedro Kovacic utilized the features of what was once a processing plant to create a luxurious retreat 57 room retreat. Picture windows facing the water are unobscured. Concrete, beams and bricks remain exposed and flooring is neutral, creating simple spaces where the furniture can be appreciated for both function and beauty. Read more

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Lady Charlotte Diana Spencer, an Althorp Addition

Theodore Alexander is delighted to congratulate The Earl and Countess Spencer on the birth of their daughter, Lady Charlotte Diana Spencer.

Lady Charlotte was born at Althorp at 5.22pm, on Monday 23 July, weighing 8 lbs 14 oz. She is the first child from the Spencer family to be born at Althorp since 1793. The Earl Spencer was present at the birth. Read more

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The Gentleman in Repose

Theodore Alexander’s luxurious, comfortable appeal is highlighted in the Robb Report’s exploration of the gentleman at rest in his home. Read more

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English Accents

A recent article in Luxe Interiors + Design magazine features a Jacobean revival mansion furnished by Cindy Rinfret. Inspired by English architecture it features a light and optimistic interior and is highlighted by furnishings from our Althorp and Castle Bromwich … Read more

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A Notable Statesman

John Spencer was a noted British statesman, serving in both Houses of Parliament. As Charles Spencer states, “It is as a politician that his name is most readily remembered” and he was “admirable, respectable, unqiue” the Spencer family.

A fine carved mahogany and cerejeira veneered hall chair has been created to honour the 3rd Earl. A hand painted panel of the Spencer Insignia surmounted by a coronet graces its classic form. Read more

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Express Your Love for Your Home

The heart symbol must be one of the most recognized icons in the world, transcending language and speaking straight to the soul. It’s origins are ancient and controversial, with sources cited from botany to anatomy, but the meaning today is clear. The heart symbol is a statement of love, and of belonging.

With Valentine’s Day approaching consider expressing your love for your home with one of these statement pieces. Read more

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