Maiden Home has long brought the heritage techniques of North Carolina furniture artisans paired with an intentional design process to shoppers directly to consumers through their made-to-order process. Now, the brand expands with its inaugural showhouse, called Tribeca House, giving consumers the opportunity to experience Maiden Home furniture in person.
Open through September 2, Tribeca House is a two-story loft full of luxury pieces from various Maiden Home collections, including the Spring 2022 edit, titled the Collected Home, and the newly-launched Summer 2022 collection. The new minimally-designed solid American ash Bedford dining table, Kenmare accent chair, Mulberry ottoman and Vestry coffee tables will all be on display. The space is designed in a lifestyle setting, allowing customers to visualize the pieces in their own homes.
All 2,500 square feet will house gorgeous pieces that are inspired by the stories that define a well-curated home. Expect to find a floor-to-ceiling fireplace installation handpainted by Kamp Studios, a floating staircase and an 800-bottle custom wine cellar. Timeless silhouettes and natural materials combine to create each of the brand’s collections designed in the brand’s Tribeca studio and brought to life by American artisan partners who specialize in woodworking, tailoring and upholstery techniques passed down generationally. Expect to find new materials and colors such as Bisque, an ivory Italian leather, as well as Snow and Alpine, a white-on-white and black-on-white textured tweed. The showhouse will also provide the opportunity to special order new fabrics before they are released. Tribeca House is accepting appointments at this link through September 2nd, 2022.