Below are a few favorite pieces.
Copied from an 18th-century Swedish design, the Splat Back Fauteuil features a bleached finish with traces of the original paint.
The Jelly Cupboard, a primitive, step-back cabinet with a heavily worn finish was inspired by a design from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, circa 1850.
The surface of the 18th Century Gateleg Table shows signs of wear, and the piece features vase-turned supports and aged hinges.
A reproduction Dutch Colonial Tea Stove made of fruitwood.
The walnut-frame Rolled Back Sofa, is upholstered with vintage flat-woven hemp and is embellished with down-filled pillows covered in hand-woven vintage cotton.
This late 18th-century-style Drab Coloured Table features a scrub pine top with traces of paint.
The painted Neoclassic Dining Chair was inspired by an original design from the early 19th-century and is upholstered with hand-dyed muslin.
The painted fruitwood Bull's Eye Mirror, inspired by a mid-19th-century French design, features hand-carved flowers and ribbons.
All photos via Ralph Lauren Home
The company describes the collection as 'Artisanal Luxe,' being inspired by one-of-a-kind pieces and showcasing period construction details. I love the painted and distressed finishes and the Scandinavian and European influences.