Love a good comeback story? Pay attention. Hitchcock furniture was established in 1818 in Connecticut by Lambert Hitchcock with the goal of creating beautifully stenciled furniture. They continued to do that until 2006, when unfortunately, the company had to shut shop. While used Hitchcock furniture was still available through known dealers, the institution that created gorgeous furniture for almost two centuries lay closed for four years. In 2010, Rick Swensen and Gary Hath, who ran an antique business that also sold Hitchcock furniture, bought the company name and artwork to carry on the Hitchcock legacy. We need this to be a movie! Today, the legacy of Hitchcock furniture is beautiful designs that continue to draw sighs of awe and appreciation. For example, Hitchcock rockers (like the Arrowback Rocker) are timeless designs. Whether you put one your porch on in the study, the beauty of this design will draw people to sit down and relax. Want something for the kids? Hitchcock chairs have got you covered. The Ashley Children’s Rocker is so beautiful that it will be passed on from one generation to another. What a treasure! If you are looking for a vintage design to put a contemporary twist on, Hitchcock chairs are the perfect way to add some contrast. Add a few by the breakfast bar and the fusion of the modern and vintage will have your guests applauding your style. Love the old world vibe but are looking for something a bit more plush to give your space some heft? Check out Hancock and Moore furniture on Chairish!