The New Traditionalists

I’m excited to introduce you all to a lovely new sponsor. The New Traditionalists is a design firm that fuses classic silhouettes and modern personality. I had the chance to stop by their Soho showroom when I was in New York for the Rue party and The Nate Berkus Show and I was completely blown away. 
Each design is completed in the Soho studio and manufactured in a Connecticut factory to ensure quality control and minimize environmental impact. All wood is sustainably harvested and finished with non-toxic materials. Love that!
Their showroom is full of gorgeous pieces of furniture and art. My favorite artist featured in their studio is Chris Callahan, who (lucky for all of us!) recently opened an Etsy shop where he sells his stunning photography.
Sunbathers - 18 x 18
I’m totally hung up on this 18″ x 18″ print of Sunbathers, available in his shop for $65. 
Every beautiful piece on their website can be made to your custom specifications: size, color, finish, fabric, upholstery, and hardware.
The New Traditionalists is an offshoot of children’s design firm Duc Duc, whose heirloom quality cribs and changing tables are similarly environmentally friendly and completely customizable. 
Don’t you love the red frame around this Chris Callahan photo? 
Brooklyn Bridge - 16 x 24
A 16″ x 24″ print of Brooklyn Bridge can be yours for $75.
While seeing the pieces in person was nothing short of divine, I’m equally in love with the illustrated versions featured on their website. Rendered by the artists who also design the furniture, these sketches are art in their own right! I’m partial to Chair No. 29, Credenza No. 225, Side Table No. 12, and Dresser No. 9
The New Traditionalists is an open showroom for interior designers who may use the space for meetings with clients. They also throw fabulous parties and invite stylish bloggers and designers in to style vignettes for bars or desks. I hope you love their work as much as I do!

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