industry insider | Sep 30, 2015 |
Ellie Cullman debuts New Traditionalists collection
Boh staff
By Staff

Interior designer Ellie Cullman, in tandem with her right-hand designers Lee Cavanaugh, Ellen Chopay, Allison Davis, Claire Ratliff and Alyssa Urban, has premiered EllieHome, an American-made furniture brand. The line of occasional tables designed by Cullman’s team draws on three decades of their firm’s bespoke designs. Each piece is produced by Connecticut-based The New Traditionalists. The collection debuted at What’s New, What’s Next at the New York Design Center, and is currently on view at The New Traditionalists showroom.


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As Cullman tells EAL: "Our first collection was inspired by the bespoke furniture we have created for clients over the years. Our aim was to create sophisticated occasional tables with finishes and details that would add glamor and style to any interior." Some of the pieces include the Ava console, a glossy stained walnut piece with gold circles and silver diamonds along the side; the Eleanor, a side table crafted from walnut and finished with high gloss and gilt detailing; and the Harrison, a breakfast table made of natural walnut, featuring a high-gloss finish and tapered legs.

 

 

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