If you flipped on HGTV last evening around 9:30/8:30c, chances are good you saw some of our very own furniture featured on the newest season of Rehab Addict with Nicole Curtis! With a keen eye for style and sophistication, Nicole staged the Summit Hill mansion’s sunroom and dining room using only Traditions’ furniture. Although Nicole was reviving a turn-of-the-century historical home in Saint Paul, you too can achieve the same look in your home:
1. Lillian August Wyatt Sofa. This petite sofa, measuring 70” in width, showcases a single bench cushion and tufted back. Just perfect for a smaller room while still exuding plenty of style.
2. Vanguard Chronos Side Chair from the Compendium Collection. This chair provides a webbed seat and is made from Rubberwood offering a comfortable chair with classic lines that will compliment various table styles.
3. Visual Comfort Thomas O’Brien Task Table Lamp. With a height of only 13”, this lamp is great for a small desk or work space. Available in various finishes, this lamp adds just enough light and personality to finish off a space.
4. Vanguard Julia Desk Vanity. Featuring a drop front writing surface and interior mirror, the Julia desk doubles as both a vanity and a desk. For a smaller-scale office or sitting room, this piece is just perfect at a little over 38” wide.
5. John Richard Chateau Dining Table with leaves. The chateau table measures 126 inches wide with the two 18 inch leaves. The size and style of this table makes it ideal for a formal and functional dining space.
6. Stanford Cumberland Dining Arm Chair. The Cumberland chair offers a upholstered waterfall skirt providing a sophisticated casual feel. Done in a neutral fabric, this chair can work with a multitude of table styles.
7. Theodore Alexander Brooksby Arm Chair. This particular chair is reminiscent of French Provincial furniture, circa 1820. The recognizable “X” back, carved sabre legs and upholstered seat allow for the traditional nature of the piece to take center stage. The classic lines of the chair allow for it to be paired with various styles of host and hostess chairs.
Tune in to HGTV again on 10/16 and 10/30 to see more Traditions furniture and to see the progress on the beautifully restored home!