Theodore Alexander: Finely Crafted Treasures for the Home

A few of my favorite traditional pieces from Theodore Alexander spotted on my showroom tour during the spring 2013 High Point Market.

Theodore Alexander Blue & Brass Table Lamp | The Decorating Diva, LLC

Shown above, blue glass lamp adorned with copper details and edged with a delicate wood band. It was my favorite piece from the spring 2013 collection.

Theodore Alexander Emerald Green Sofa | The Decorating Diva, LLC

I’ll be the first to admit that I’m bored to death every time the phrase “It’s Emerald Green – you know the Pantone Color of they Year” tumbles out of some decorista’s mouth.  And that’s a tough place for me to be – second to Pink, Emerald Green is a favorite color. But Emerald Green has saturated the market and design editorials to the point that it has lost its specialness. My feelings on green changed a bit for me this week while visiting a couple of showrooms, including the well-appointed Theodore Alexander showroom.

For the first time in several months I was  actually delighted to see green. This jewel-toned sofa by Theodore Alexander, I believe was the only, or at least one of a very few, green pieces in the showroom. I appreciate the design sensibilities at Theodore Alexander – to judiciously add green only where required, to buck the trend of so many in the design and fashion world to paint an entire collection green. I’ve long been a design fan of Theodore Alexander for their exquisitely crafted furniture and décor and the rich story behind every piece,  now I adore them even more for staying true to their design aesthetic in a world that is easily swayed by fads and trends.


Theodore Alexander Neoclassical Detail on Chair | The Decorating Diva, LLC

Theodore Alexander really is all about the details as these two pieces (photos: above and below) attest to. Finely crafted details created using the same type of tools used by furniture artisans over 100 years ago.

Theodore Alexander Neoclassical Embroidered Peacock Chair | The Decorating Diva, LLC

Disclosure:  I was compensated for my time and commitment, but all opinions are my own. This post is sponsored by Theodore Alexander.