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A variety of finishes for a variety of weekend cocktails: The Dimple Drinks table from the Michael Berman collectio… https://t.co/DYWPwEr3J1
The iconic Thebes stool in a variety of hues. Which finish do you prefer: Ebonised, Eggshell or Wheatgrass?
Inspired by an original 1820 Regency, the Lavinia's and Library Open Armchairs highlight how little details can mak… https://t.co/F9YCoHuBW1
Summer all year long, we adore this stylish Newport Beach living room, part of the Lido House Hotel and designed by… https://t.co/C0X0Xf3fdY
With vintage metal accents, rustic oak parquetry and a leather writing surface, the Thought writing table from our… https://t.co/huKf7J9mgM
With vintage metal accents, rustic oak parquetry and a leather writing surface, the Thought writing table from our… https://t.co/03CEvei9la
A finely cast aluminium rain drum, inspired by a Đông Sơn original, the Chiang Mai Rains side table brings antique… https://t.co/VujKMybpGn
Let's get one thing clear, we're mad about acrylic! More at: https://t.co/8bBcLLkNPL
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This week Theodore Alexander unveils a newly renovated and expanded 6,000 square foot showroom in the New York Design Center at 200 Lexington Avenue, New York. Working with Robin Baron, ASID, Theodore Alexander has created a brand showcase which reflects … Read more
Event Planner Jung Lee stopped by Theodore Alexander’s showroom at the New York Design Center last week and picked out our Newman Table as a stylish dining table option for the New York Times. Read more
Thank you to High Point Market Style Spotter Michelle Workman for choosing our Sea Cliff Chair in an Elle Decor article this week on hot trends. Read more
Northwest Home Magazine recently featured one of our signature Campaign chairs in the feature ‘Stable Style’. Read more
Cindy Rinfret’s latest interior design project is lavishly illustrated in New England Home’s Connecticut Summer 2011 and selected pieces from Theodore Alexander and Althorp Living History take centre stage. Set in “two hundred and fifty acres of breathtaking land” this … Read more
You and your brother have always drawn a connection between fine furniture and sensuality. In Hidden Treasures you even refer to to the ‘sex appeal’ of Queen Anne and Chippendale curves, and your new line also stresses that “S” shape.
We love the S-shaped curve; that beautiful, sinuous curve us just gorgeous to us. It becomes a very primal thing. We also favor form over ornamentation. Read more