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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.
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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

10/28/2014

Organic Matters: Supporting Sustainability

The use of natural and recycled materials in home furnishings is gaining a prominent and permanent place in the design industry. An increasing consciousness of the human impact on the environment, as well as expanded offerings of naturally occurring and responsibly sourced materials presents a unique opportunity for manufacturers to create sustainable products. Says Susan […]

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10/21/2014

Party Lights: New Additions to The Winterthur Collection

Founded by Henry Francis du Pont, Winterthur (pronounced Winter-Tour) is the premier museum of American furniture and decorative arts nestled in the northwestern edge of Delaware in the beautiful Brandywine Valley. Known to his friends as “Harry,” Mr. du Pont was an innovator and a leader in farming, gardening, art, and antique collecting. He was […]

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10/14/2014

Drinks are on us! New Occasional Tables From Currey & Company

Rooms that we use to entertain require comfortable seating, good lighting and one thing that’s often overlooked – a surface within arm’s reach of every perch – in steps the occasional table. This October Currey & Company introduces more than a dozen fun and functional occasional tables. Adding an occasional table is a great way to […]

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10/07/2014

High Point Eats Up!

Fall is in full swing and the High Point Furniture Market is only two weeks away! We’ve spent the past several months designing product and sprucing up the showroom in preparation for the show but, we know what market attendees really want and have come to expect in the Currey showroom: Great food and delicious drinks! […]

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09/30/2014

Put a Pin in it! Currey & Company on Pinterest

When it comes to the various Social Media outlets, our favorite just might be Pinterest. What started out as a place to ‘scrapbook’ ideas for house projects and hairstyles has become a veritable treasure trove of favorite designers, inspiring photography, fun projects, garden inspirations, food, art, humor and fabulous products. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg… […]

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09/24/2014

Autumn in New York

Last week the New York Design Center hosted their 6th annual WHAT’S NEW WHAT’S NEXT event. More than 5,000 design enthusiasts attended the event with a staggering line-up of design industry stars such as Newell Turner, Celerie Kemble, Thom Flicia and many more. Currey & Company hosted a party for the Ronald McDonald House Long […] + READ MORE