The New Traditionalists

My sisters were shocked when I mentioned that I was in love with everything at The New Traditionalists.

 

While my own personal taste is normally really colorful and pattern driven the stylish & some what masculine pieces in their booth were really calling my name.

 

To me display is everything so I loved their use of wood flooring and how it was in a herringbone pattern. Loved the massive wall covered with grass cloth and trim and of course I loved their mirrored signage.

 

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This blue buttery leather sofa was my favorite. I wanted to haul it away with me. Add that punch of color with the orange side chair and an oval grey/blue coffee table and I was all set to give them my tax return and walk out with everything.

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Their new pieces were even featured in the latest issue of Traditional Home. They are the mastermind behind modern kid’s furniture line, Ducduc and have now decided to venture into more grown up furniture. All of their pieces are designed in NYC and then produced in Torrington, CT. The pieces are made from sustainably harvested hardwood with hand-applied, water-based finishes that are non-toxic. The best part? Every piece is made to order. So you can have your pick between all of their finishes and lacquers.

 

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Here are some of my favorite pieces:

 

Armoire No. Five Sixty Four

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Desk No Two Eleven

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Chair No. One Five

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Plus a little sampling of their kid’s furniture:

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Now their price points are not for the weak of heart, but they are timeless pieces that you will be able to keep in your family for generations to come.

 

Love the look? I’m certain many of them can be replicated with thrift store finds. I love the mixture of wood stain and lacquer and it seems like a simple enough DIY project. Now I need to find a piece to play around with!

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11 Responses to The New Traditionalists

  1. The Whispering Creek House says:

    im with you here! i wish i could own many homes as i would have a different style in each! i love almost every style out there..but alas with only one home..i gotta choose one and as many times as we have moved..you just have to work with what you got and tweek it where you land..great post!

  2. Karen@StrictlySimpleStyle says:

    I am loving that bed! I can see why this place makes your heart go pitter patter.

  3. Kim says:

    Ohhh, I love a lot of the pieces you posted. And like you, it's not necessarily my style, but there's something about it that sings. Maybe it's the unusual colors?

    We're about to change our living room to a brighter, beachier style and we have a gorgeous, dark Hekman oval coffee table that I love. I never thought about it, but painting it a blue/gray or something light would be a great way to make it work. Thanks for the inspiration!

  4. LindsB says:

    I'm loving that sofa, it is stunning and has so much character- I want one of my own!

  5. maureen @ The Inglenook Decor says:

    the details are amazing & that blue quilted sofa…adore! Classic with a punch!

  6. Averill says:

    Love it all — especially their "kids" furniture (which I think would work for adults, too!). I saw this spread in TH over the weekend and meant to check out their website…going there now!

  7. Chic Coles says:

    This is a great company.Their designs and finishes are beautiful.

  8. MyLittleHappyPlace says:

    Saw that blip in the new TH, and went gaga, especially over the chinoiserie cabinet {sigh}

  9. Marija says:

    I am very into that desk. And I dig the armoire as well. Didn't see this in TH – thank you for bringing it to my attention! Marjia

  10. A Perfect Gray says:

    some good stuff. thanks for that look!

  11. Sarah says:

    seriously…that kids bed in lemon and white, adorable…
    I'll have to check these peeps out.

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