These 11 emerging designers from across the country, carefully selected by Traditional Home editors, are redefining and redesigning the classic definition of traditional: Cortney Bishop, Timothy Brown, Maggie Cruz, Chad and Christina Graci, Jill Goldberg, Rachel Halvorson, Kriste Michelini, Ryan White, Jenny Wolf and Dana Wolter.
2014 New Trads with Traditional Home editor Jenny Bradley
The designers were celebrated last week, along with the launch of the Spring issue of Trad Home magazine, at the GE Monogram showroom in New York City.
Kriste Michelini, Maggie Cruz and Jenny Wolf
"One of our pleasures at Traditional Home is discovering talented young designers and showcasing their work," said Ann Maine, editor-in-chief of Traditional Home. "It's an honor to introduce this year's Class of New Traditionals—ten on-the-rise tastemakers who are redefining classic style with their own modern sensibilities. Their work is featured in our new spring issue with page after stunning page of amazing projects."
Party guests with Scalamandré President Steven Stolman
Jon Call interviewing Traditional Home Publisher Amy Churgin for EditorTV
The designers and their work are featured in the Spring 2014 digital issue of Trad Home. Stay tuned for EditorTV coverage of the event.
Photo Credit: Bryan McCay
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