ALTHORP LIVING HISTORY ADDS MORE INSPIRED DESIGNS AT OCTOBER MARKET
For five centuries, Althorp - a sprawling English estate in bucolic Northamptonshire - has served as the primary residence of the Spencers, one of the most distinguished, aristocratic families in England with ties to Winston Spencer Churchill and the ancestors of George Washington. It was this combination of rich legacy and the home’s warm, beautiful interiors that drew fine furniture maker Theodore Alexander to Althorp.
The resulting collection of furniture and upholstery pieces in Althorp Living History draws inspiration from treasures gathered during the 17th, 18th and 19th Centuries by Althorp’s famous inhabitants. With the help of its current owner, Charles Spencer, the Ninth Earl, Althorp has quickly become an impressive home furnishings brand.
Althorp Living History is an expansive collection of furniture and upholstery pieces, all drawing inspiration from items gathered during the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. Many of the case goods in the collection are replicas from Althorp, with the balance drawn from design elements from the house and its famous ancestors.
Featured item with thumbnail and photography attached: Cartonnier.
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