From The Source: Hundred Mile

  |  September 11, 2015

From a personal showroom tucked above an antique shop in downtown Rhinebeck to a storefront showcasing more than 45 of the biggest names in design, Hundred Mile has quickly expanded and continues to grow in its Hudson Valley home. We worked with Hundred Mile to install 2 Kristalia Dot system wardrobes in the model house and they helped us source the Hans Wagner sofa for the great room from Carl Hansen & Sons.

Hundred Mile started as a concept of Kristina Albaugh and Josh Ingmire who wanted to bring New York City’s modern design sensibilities to the vintage-centric Hudson Valley. In fact, the showroom’s name was inspired by a highway sign that read “New York City 100,” a nod to the fact that they are often in the city, and that it’s a major part of their creative DNA.

Since our last journal post about Hundred Mile, they have opened a new street level space directly adjacent to their former 2nd floor showroom and launched an outdoor furniture section on their new website with plans to add an indoor lighting category soon.

They’ve also rented the 2nd floor of their new building with plans to expand further. The build-out will start soon and should be open in the next few months, perfect timing for the holiday season upstate. They have picked up several new manufacturers along the way including Ingo Maurer and Michael Anastassiades for lighting, Normann Copenhagen, Glas Italia and Edra for furniture, Henzel and CC-Tapis for carpets, B&B Italia and Kettal for outdoor and Georg Jenson for accessories.

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About Hudson Woods

The team behind Hudson Woods is the Manhattan firm Lang Architecture, dedicated to elevating experience in daily life, pushing the boundaries of the built environment and empowering sustainable living. And while we take that mission quite seriously, we’ve also had an amazing time being immersed the Hudson Valley, looking for excellent design and craftsmanship, engaging a community of exceptional tradesmen, makers, artisans and growers. The project has made us devotees of the region and propagandists for all that it has to offer.

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