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Over the past summer, the Currey & Company home office underwent a major renovation which included the addition of two conference rooms, an expanded multi-use classroom, a photo studio and an upgraded design suite for our merchandising and design teams.

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After much planning, we were able to build a collaborative work space outfitted with a large conference table (with lots of elbow room!) and upgraded technology that allows us to give presentations and conduct meetings with our designers in the Philippines and China via Skype.

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While the new design suite encourages collaboration through the addition of a central meeting area, it also allows time for thought and creativity with individual offices. Glass front panels maintain the ‘open’ feel of the space and allow light to enter the 10 roomy offices but, our designers also have a chance to have a closed door and a quiet work space when needed.

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Since moving into the new space this past Fall, our designers have had many impromptu meetings that have really helped them in the design process and we expect many more to come…

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01/20/2015

Dream Weaver: Currey & Company’s Line of Woolen Rugs

Inspired by historical and tribal designs, Currey & Company rugs are knot tied by hand of high quality wool blend. Subtle colorations are created with Swiss dyes and meticulous craftsmanship ensures that our ethically produced rugs will last for decades. Cecil Adams, Creative Director, provides guidance and expertise in the creation and expansion of this collection. Cecil adds: “Traditional […]

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01/15/2015

Sunny Disposition: Palm Beach Chic Style by Designers David Ecton & Lance Jackson of Parker Kennedy Living

Now that we’re in the throes of winter, we could all use something bright and colorful to bring some warmth to these gray days. Enter two of our favorite interior designers, David Ecton and Lance Jackson of Parker Kennedy Living. We talked with them about their unique take on a quintessentially cheerful style: Palm Beach Chic. C&C: […]

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12/23/2014

Happy Holidays from Currey & Company!

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas full of joy and peace and a happy and prosperous New Year, from all of us at Currey & Company!  (source)

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12/09/2014

A Human Touch: Thoughts on Craftsmanship in Home Furnishings by Brownlee Currey

Written by Brownlee Currey You know that new thing that just arrived? That lamp, chandelier, or vase which was just unpacked? There is something you may not be considering: someone, more likely than not, made it by hand. This is true of so many things that we buy: clothing, shoes, jewelry, and most home furnishings. […]

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12/04/2014

Seating Plan: Currey & Company’s Collection of Custom Upholstery Furniture

Currey & Company is pleased to offer an exquisite line of custom upholstered accent furniture to our customers. With 19 premium hand rubbed finishes, 50 hand carved frames and a carefully selected collection of 59 fine fabric and leather choices, we’ve opened the door to designers to provide their clients a custom look that reflects […]

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11/25/2014

Happy Thanksgiving from Currey & Company

During this time of thanksgiving, we at Currey & Company look back on the year with grateful hearts. We thank our owners, employees, and especially you, our customer, for another wonderful year. Wishing you joy and kindness in abundance this Thanksgiving. (image source)

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11/18/2014

Jet-Set Style: Mid-Century Modern Styles From Currey & Company

The allure of mid-century modern styles has ebbed and flowed over the last several decades but, these tenacious styles are enjoying a full blown tidal wave of popularity right now. The mid-century aesthetic features bold, angular and sometimes stark lines and incorporates the punchy, dramatic, and even quirky fashions of the 50’s and 60’s. “The clean lines and tailored look […]

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11/11/2014

Past Perfected: Furniture Inspired by The Winterthur Archives

Though the Winterthur Museum did not officially open until 1951, it was from the beginning a museum – private of course but already poised to become the grand country estate it is today. Henry Francis du Pont, founder of Winterthur, was a visionary and advocate for American antiques and decorative objects. An avid collector, Mr. […]

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11/04/2014

All is Bright: Fall Market in High Point

Pretty lights, grand parties and plenty of style were all found in droves at the Fall High Point Furniture Market. Our latest introduction of 180 items, which included several new additions to the Winterthur Collection, debuted in all its glittering, glowing and glamorous enthusiasm. We were thrilled to welcome authors Trudy Dujardin (Comfort Zone: Creating […] + READ MORE