Nicole Curtis amazed viewers again last evening on the latest episode of Rehab Addict, that aired at 9/8c. Curtis, whose mission is to restore potential demolitions to their original beauty, staged the Summit Hill mansion’s living room, donning Traditions’ furniture. With a sophisticated eye and a passion for upholding the turn-of-the-century character, Nicole successfully blended updated furnishings with the home’s traditional nature. You too can achieve the same success in your space:
1. Stanford Furniture Morgan Mid Sofa. Measuring 75” in width, this mid-size sofa with welted box cushions and pillows has strong lines and exposed wood legs, making it a perfect anchor for a living room vignette.
2. Lee Industries Occasional Chair. A comfortable winged occasional chair option that can go as contemporary or as traditional as you would like. Upholster it in fabric or leather, its versatility is what makes it so great.
3. John Richard Brass Floor Lamp. Looking for a floor lamp with a classical silhouette? This 73” high brass option with ribbon-like flourishes exudes style and class.
4. John Richard Branch Cocktail Table with Marble Top. Designed in the style of Giacometti, this marble-top table features a finely detailed metal frame and an antique gold finish. With such beautiful branch detailing, this cocktail table doesn’t require many finishing accessories.
5. Theodore Alexander Eglomise Side Table. 29” high, this side table is packed with style and function: Flame mahogany and green opalescent verre églomisé panels, central leather inset sliding surface, two end drawers, a brass bound top and undertier, and handsome octagonal legs. Makes for a great place to hide those pesky remotes!
6. Woodbridge Furniture Madeline Drinks Table. Forged steel and a beveled glass top come together to make this a great alternative to traditional wooded side tables. With an antiqued gold leafing patina, this table has an airy, yet sturdy feel to it.
7. Theodore Alexander Hyde Park Bench. A hand-carved, caned-seat triple chair back settee with curved toprails and ‘X’ splats. Scroll arms flank the single silk cushion. A very traditional piece that looks great in an entry, can be pulled into any room for extra seating. Also available as a double chair back.
Check out Rehab Addict once again on 10/30 to see more ideas on styling Traditions’ furniture and the continuous transformation of the stunning St. Paul home.