FINCH life curated


PHONE: (518) 828-3430
ADDRESS: 613 Warren St., Hudson NY 12534
Website: finchhudson.com 

FINCH life curated is a new home for a spirit of timelessness and quality that combines the Hudson Valley’s centuries long tradition of local goods made by hand and made well with a unique and expertly curated collection of vintage and modern goods for the home. Its an understanding that a life-style is a collection that implicitly values the modern’s place with the traditional and that style is the union of good pieces.



New at FINCH


Something to keep you warm...
Eleanor Pritchard wool throws from London!

The aesthetic is clean and contemporary with a nod to British midcentury design. The throws are sitting on an Arne Jacobsen designed sofa from &tradition Copenhagen. Originally designed in 1939 and now being offered in 25 different fabrics. The midcentury style ceramic lamp is by dbO Home and locally made. The end table is white laminate and walnut by Knoll, c 1950.

Find all these beautiful items and more at FINCH, located at 613 Warren Street in Hudson. For more info visit www.finchhudson.com


Hudson in the News


Neven & Neven Moderne is mentioned in an article on the actress Liv Tyler in the December issue of Town & Country magazine:

"[Liv] Tyler has just bought her first country home, a place in need of furniture. It's not far from Hudson, New York, a kind of holy land for antiques lovers, and our first stop is Neven & Neven Moderne, on Warren Street, the town's main drag."

South Africa 4 Image Courtesy of Gossips of Rivertown

The Gossips of Rivertown discovered a a five-page feature about Hudson in the October issue of in-flight magazine, Sawubona. HADA members FINCH, the Inn at Hudson and Regan & Smith are among those highlighted.

Valley-Variety-Exterior-1024x684 Image Courtesy of Strolby

Hudson's shops are also highlighted in this post on Strolby, including HADA members Valley Variety and Lili & Loo.

3fortyseven--hudson-new-york-by-nicole-franzen Image Courtesy of Conde Nast Traveler

Last but not least, Hudson appears this month in Conde Nast traveler's article, Why Hudson, NY, Is Our New Favorite Weekend Getaway. HADA members Hudson Food Studio and 3fortyseven are mentioned.


John Waters Book Signing + Performance


Andrew Arrick and Michael Hofemann of FINCH, life curated, and Shawn Nightingale Productions invite you to a book signing of

by John Waters

Saturday, October 18, 2PM

at FINCH, life curated
613 Warren Street, Hudson NY
Please RSVP by October 11: [email protected]

Please also join John at a benefit performance for Basilica Arts and the AIDS Council of Northeastern New York at 8PM. For tickets and more information, go to www.basilicahudson.com



Hudson Featured on Fatham Travel


Fatham, a travel website, has a nice article on Hudson which mentions HADA members Finch, Valley Variety, The Inn at Hudson and the Union Street Guest House.

Check out the full article here:


Just arrived at FINCH


Just arrived from Denmark, the "FLY" lounge chair in smoked oiled oak, designed by SPACE Copenhagen and offered by FINCH for &tradition.

FINCH life curated is located at 613 Warren Street in Hudson.
You can also visit FINCH online at finchhudson.com


New at FINCH life curated


An exquisite Rope Chair by French designers Adrian Adoux and Frida Minet from the 1940s with original rope weave rattan in terrific condition. Sold as a Pair.

Dog is a molded and painted terracotta (pair available) in front of a small Arts & Crafts side table and a hand-made birdhouse by Al Jakubowski.

Painting is a study from 1942 of "Trouble In Frisco" by celebrated artist Fletcher Martin - originally painted in 1938 and currently in MOMA's collection. He served as a war correspondent for Life Magazine during WWII. The artist is not listed for this "study" though a group of artists did travel with Fletcher during the late 30s with particularly noted works of American sports baseball and boxing.

Find these items and more at FINCH, life curated, 613 Warren Street in Hudson


In Bloom Around Hudson

The snow is slowly starting to melt and signs of Spring are popping up all over the place. In honor of the new season, we thought we'd put together a post of floral items from some of our members - enjoy!


A brown "Calico" transferware pitcher, in a delightful, brown and cream well known floral pattern. Signed, Crownford China Company. Measurements inside the pitcher: 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, and 24 oz. Find it at Foley & Cox, 317 Warren Street


A beautiful still life painting of a bouquet of daffodils in a vintage frame.
Find it at Gris, 614 Warren Street


Kashmir Collection cheese board and dinnerware by Dana Brandwein Oats. Find it at FINCH, life curated, 613 Warren Street


A work intensive Mexican tin mirror - original mirror glass - surrounded by rings of small tin flowers - larger flowers crown each of the eight segments. Find it at Vincent Mulford Antiques, 419 Warren Street.


Pair of Mid-Century Ceramic Table Lamps. Blue and Green Flowers and Leaves on a Orange Background. Find it at Arenskjold Antiques Art, 605 Warren Street.


Forsythia No. 4 by Jeri Eisenberg. Japanese Kozo paper infused with encaustic on 4 panels, each panel is 36" high by 11'' wide. Find it at Carrie Haddad Gallery, 622 Warren Street.


Vibrant 1970 "Flower Power" Garbage Can. Find it at Neven + Neven Moderne, 618 Warren Street.


New at FINCH life curated


The newest find at FINCH life curated - a unique mid-century Danish rocker with black leather upholstery set against a framed eight-foot vintage Italian movie poster from 1959.

This British hit comedy, originally titled "The Square Peg," was directed by John Paddy Carstairs and starring Norman Wisdom who played two characters in the film with Honor Blackman (pre Bond Girl fame). The vintage marquis poster is from the Italian release under the name "io el generale."

Stop in at FINCH life curated, at 613 Warren Street to learn more.


HADA Members in the News


Take a look at two recent articles that feature some of our HADA members!

First, check out the New York Times piece, Cultivating Hudson: Enter the Tastemakers, which highlights HADA members, Finch, Harvey's Counter and LOOK Apparel & Accessories

Next up, this 1st Dibs 1st Person story which features a shopping trip to Arenskjold Antiques, Neven + Neven Moderne, Regan & Smith, Sutter Antiques and Foley & Cox.


New at FINCH


A pair of Danish mid-century teakwood armchairs with angled upholstered back and square arms. Terrific camel and brown striped wool upholstery. 28.5" high, 26" width, 25.5" deep. To learn more, stop in at FINCH, 613 Warren Street in Hudson NY.