The brand has new additions to their aristocratic line of furniture Althorp: Living History, which is inspired by the eponymous 14,000-acre English estate which served as the primary residence of the Spencers, one of the most distinguished aristocratic families in England. The homeâ€™s beautiful interiors drew furniture maker Theodore Alexander to the location. The collection, celebrating 20 generations of royalty and aristocracy, includes coffee tables, occasional tables, chest of drawers, consoles, wine cabinets, sofas and armchairs. The products boast rich upholstery and leather, and are crafted from a wide array of veneers such as mahogany, rosewood and burl. The pieces are available with fabric designs in subtle shades of greens, browns, blues and naturals.
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