Atlantico
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Maxwell Ryan
Jun 13, 2005
If you have ever admired the simplicity of Ikea's designs but wished they were (much) better made, or been down to see the exquisite furniture at De La Espada in SoHo and wished they had lower prices, Atlantico is for you. Seemingly leaping right out of the pages of Real Simple and Organic Style, Atlantico is a new, Brooklyn based company that has a small line of extremely nice, solid wood furniture that is light on ego and heavy on calmness and simplicity. While it may be too minimal for some, and the light woods seem a bit out of fashion right now, Atlantico has boiled down the "warm minimalist" style from De La Espada (they are owners), paired it with fresh, white finished European Ash and brought the prices down to an aspirational level as opposed to luxury ones. Beds are $2145, a tall chest is $1975, a 6 1/2 foot dining table is $2165, and a nice low sidetable is $485. MGR

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