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When Furniture Combines Art and Storytelling…

October 4, 2018

“A special piece of furniture can add an unexpected beauty to your home while telling a warm and welcoming story. New Mexico furniture designer, Emily Henry of Millicent, is a creator of this special kind of furniture.”

Transformation by Design, Trend Magazine

September 20, 2018

“Raised on actor Dennis Hopper’s commune at the Mable Dodge Luhan compound in Taos, Mingenbach-Henry grew up surrounded by creativity and art.”

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Of Time and Taos: Emily Henry’s Handmade Furniture, Mountain Living Magazine

March 15, 2016

“With Millicent Furniture, a collection of handmade wooden furnishings that blends modernist forms with Southwestern materials and motifs, Henry has created a meeting ground between her bohemian childhood and more structured adult years.”

Emily Henry – Millicent, Where Women Create

February 1, 2016

“It is an unexpected fusion of several different influences. Emily creates an elegant, soulful collection, blending modernist values, contemporary culture, and old-school handcraft.”


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 Well Furnished, Dorado Magazine

January 1, 2016

“She became a champion of Hispanic and Native American arts and really brought the Southwest to the rest of the world. I always aim to capture that free-spirited elegance that Millicent Rogers and Taos in general represent. I want my pieces to evoke the Southwest without screaming Southwestern.”

Table That, Indulge, So Scottsdale!

November 1, 2015

“She grew up on the edge of the Taos Pueblo, and along the acequias dense thickets of wild plum grew.”

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10 Santa Fe Spots the Locals Love, Dorado Magazine Online

October 29, 2015

“We asked northern New Mexico native Emily Henry, the woman behind Millicent furniture, to share her favorite haunts, shops and eats with us.”

Live Las Campanas – Breath Santa Fe

September 1, 2015

“Her pieces are sought after and very expensive, but she says, ‘True elegance knows no limitations.’”

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Carving a New Classic, Colorado Homes & Lifestyles

September 1st, 2015

“‘In order to make something of the highest quality you have to start with the tree,’ Henry says. ‘Our products—credenzas, cabinets, tables—are solid wood, and all the building and finishing are done by hand.’”

Do you know the way to Santa Fe? Arizona Foothills Magazine Online

August 25, 2015

“Each of Millicent’s impressive designs seem to be popping out of the furniture and are a sure way to awe buyers. The unique style of Henry’s furniture is a true reflection of the artistic and cultural city where it is developed.”


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Southwest Serenade, Design Direction, Phoenix Home & Garden

August 1st, 2015

“Millicent designer Emily Henry creates heirloom-quality furniture that respects the past but lives in the present.”

Henry’s Heritage, Cowboys & Indians

August 1st, 2015

“Millicent first began taking shape when the interior designers clients began asking for unique custom pieces. So, Henry began designing them.”


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Emily Henry: Carving Old-World Style in New Ways, Art Studio, Santa Fean Now Magazine

July 9th, 2015

“Henry creates hand-carved modern Americana pieces featuring poplar and brass in the hope, she says, of ‘Reviving and updating the Northern New Mexico woodworking cottage industry.’”

New Furniture Line Inspired by Taos, Home Magazine

July 5th, 2015

“Henry’s designs are inspired by memories and stories, especially of her youth growing up in Taos.”


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Style: Handmade Tales, Organic Spa Magazine

June 1st, 2015

“The history of the Southwest is dying out, and it was important to me to use artistry to preserve it.”

Taos roots inspire new artistic furniture line, The Taos News

May 31st, 2015

“‘My upbringing was intensely creative and free-styling’, Henry said, ‘Uninhibited and full of adventure … gathering arrowheads and potsherds and exploring the haunted and mysterious back roads of Taos,’ adding, ‘On the one hand, there was almost unlimited freedom to explore and create. On the other, there was a heavy responsibility to fend for one’s self.’”


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Western Woodworks, House Beautiful

May 1st, 2015

“The spectacular result of this creative soul-searching is a line of dramatically chiseled consoles, side tables, and desks made from poplar, walnut, and pine.”

Custom Living, Santa Fean

October 1st, 2014

“The design of the birds and carving style for the wires on ‘Meeting in Gallup’ door are a nod to Hispanic and Native American cultures in the Southwest.”


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The Soul of Santa Fe, DestinAsian

March 3rd, 2013

“The environment plays heavily into Henry’s furniture, a line of poplar and pine credenzas and side tables that are hand-carved with stylized local motifs: wild plum blossoms, cactus pads, and pigeons on a wire that Henry—with a little shuffle resembling a Native American tribal dance—refers to as Navajo birds.”