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MILNE AT HOME ANTIQUES KINGSTON, 845-331-3902  “I was so super excited to discover the antique French mustache back leather club chairs . . . it had been a long time since I had seen an all original pair like these, right down to their bronze tacks.”

MILNE AT HOME ANTIQUES KINGSTON, “I was so super excited to discover the antique French mustache back leather club chairs . it had been a long time since I had seen an all original pair like these, right down to their bronze tacks.

VILLAGE ANTIQUE CENTER AT HYDE PARK HYDE PARK, 845-229-6600  “We have a lovely copy of a Queen Anne chair from the 50s. In fact, we have a whole set of eight—six sides and two ends—which look great around any table. The style is my favorite— traditional but very elegant.”

VILLAGE ANTIQUE CENTER AT HYDE PARK HYDE PARK, “We have a lovely copy of a Queen Anne chair from the In fact, we have a whole set of eight—six sides and two ends—which look great around any table. The style is my favorite— traditional but very elegant.

OLE CAROUSEL ANTIQUES CENTER STANDFORDVILLE, 845-868-1586  “I love this 60s boudoir chair. It’s super light and very comfortable. It’s a smaller chair, so I can picture it in an apartment or in a bedroom. The colors are what make this chair a favorite though. They transition so well from the past into the current era without being tacky or distasteful, and they keep a vintage feel.”

A chair is a staple that can be found in every home. But when it comes to antiques, it’s no longer just a simple chair.

GEORGE COLE AUCTIONS RED HOOK, 845-758-9114  “This is an oak wood pilgrim chair—all pegged. I really love this chair because it’s so whimsical and unique. The angles and the primitiveness of the chair really make it a favorite.”

GEORGE COLE AUCTIONS RED HOOK, “This is an oak wood pilgrim chair—all pegged. The angles and the primitiveness of the chair really make it a favorite.

ANTIQUE BARN AT WATER STREET MARKET NEW PALTZ, 845-255-1403  “This chair is a 1900 or 1910 beautiful mahogany chair with some inlay, which I really like. It has mother of pearl and gorgeous original fabric. I love that the chair has such a funky shape.”

A chair is a staple that can be found in every home. But when it comes to antiques, it’s no longer just a simple chair.

RHINEBECK ANTIQUE EMPORIUM STAATSBURG, 845-876-8168  “The chair is referred to as a scissor chair from the 1860s. It is Italian with incredible etched ivory & mother of pearl. I love the detail of the inlaid carved ivory.”

A chair is a staple that can be found in every home. But when it comes to antiques, it’s no longer just a simple chair.

DEW DROP INN ANTIQUES COLD SPRING, 845-265-4358   “This is an amazing 1930’s beach chair made of canvas and wood. It can recline to various angles—just like a modern beach chair—but it has such a nostalgic feel to it. I really love the colors, and the whole chair just reminds me of a relaxed feeling.” CHAIRS

But when it comes to antiques, it’s no longer just a simple chair.

FIELD + BARN HIGH FALLS, 845-706-1070  “I really like stadium chairs! They’re visually appealing and very durable for outdoor use. Sometimes the slats are wood, in which case you can easily replace them if needed. When stadiums switched to bleachers, these chairs with metal frames made their way to a lot of the bungalow colonies in our area. I use them around my picnic table because they’re more comfortable than a bench, as each guest has their own space.”

A chair is a staple that can be found in every home. But when it comes to antiques, it’s no longer just a simple chair.

SPRUCE DESIGN + DECOR RHINEBECK, 845-876-5864 “Longhorn and Cowhide Bergere. Call it a chair. Call it a sculpture. Call it fabulous! Brindle cowhide and triple horn arms with silver nail-head details. It just possesses such amazing style and can go in so many different design settings: modern, cabin chic, or mountain lodge.”

A chair is a staple that can be found in every home. But when it comes to antiques, it’s no longer just a simple chair.

POPPY’S http://www.visitvortex.com/magazine/poppys

Paul Yeaple fell in love with cooking at his grandmother's elbow, progressing from eggs to Steak-umms and helping out with Sunday dinner feasts.

Gill’s Farm Turns FARM HUB http://www.visitvortex.com/magazine/gills-farm-turns-farm-hub

Local favorite Gill's Farm is now the Hudson Valley Farm Hub. Read more about this wonderful Hurley farm stand here at VISITvortex.

CAPTAIN SCHOONMAKER’S http://www.visitvortex.com/magazine/captain-schoonmakers

People who are fortunate enough to find themselves guests at Captain Schoonmaker’s B&B in High Falls know they’ve come to a special place.

GARDEN HOUSE 12472 http://www.visitvortex.com/magazine/garden-house-12472

The Garden House keeps to the high standards of exotic, lovingly prepared fare using fresh local ingredients. Read more here at VISITvortex.

GARDEN HOUSE 12472- Summer 2015 issue

The Garden House keeps to the high standards of exotic, lovingly prepared fare using fresh local ingredients.