We are pleased to announce that we now offer the amazing Alexa Hampton range of furniture for Theodore Alexander through the Brass & Burl website.
Alexa creates stylish designs for every aspect of the home, including furniture for Theodore Alexander. An alumna of Brown University, Alexa pursued graduate studies at The Institute of Fine Arts and holds honorary doctorates from Moore College of Art & Design and the New York School of Interior Design.
Since Alexa took the reins of her father’s iconic firm in 1998, she has advanced its legacy for elegant, practical and classically-based interiors. Extending the companies global reach from New York City to China, Alexa’s project portfolio encompasses everything from apartments to private airplanes and yachts. Regularly named in House Beautiful’s ‘Top Designer’ list and and Elle Decor’s ‘A-List’, Alexa translates the classical principles of good design into some of today’s most elegant and enduring furniture.
Honored with a Circle of Excellence Award by the International Furnishing and Design Association, Alexa is an associate member of the American Society of Interior. Alexa’s love and passion for design make her the perfect match for Theodore Alexander.
First founded 23 years ago, Theodore Alexander’s furniture is made by hand in Southeast Asia and they are no stranger to top designers. Alongside Alexa, the company has launched lines with both Jamie Drake and Michael Berman.
Each product is handmade by expert craftsmen using knowledge passed down through generations. With over 4000 unique designs, Theodore Alexander builds fine furniture with the kind of attention to detail that will ensure each piece stands the test of time.
Alexa Hampton said:
Theodore Alexander has enumerable resources available for the creation of beautiful furniture. I am thrilled to be able to employ their traditional craftsmanship and handmade techniques to design furniture and accessories that will span styles and materials. I have long admired the quality of Theodore Alexander’s work. To bring their capabilities to my own collection is a dream come true. A lot of the inspiration for my collection comes from iconic, canonical antiques. So whether it’s Instagram, looking in a magazine, or watching a movie, you never know what’s going to spark that excitement.