Leonards Today

We believe in marrying elegant antiques and vintage collectibles with fresh, modern accents to create a curated and luxurious home with heritage. Discovering, restoring, and handcrafting the finest antique furniture, accessories, and reproduction beds for generations of loyal Leonards' families is the heart of our business. Our history-rich showroom is filled with inspired ideas to refresh a collection or repurpose an antique. Our relationship with each and every customer, whether first-time or third generation is an ever-evolving partnership and individual in taste...Traditional, contemporary, old world or modern soul, Leonards celebrates 21st century style with a wink to the past.

"I enjoy the longterm relationships with generations of our customers." - Jeff Field

"I enjoy the longterm relationships with generations of our customers." - Jeff Field

JEFF FIELD

CEO

Jeff's first Leonards experience was providing lumber to the workshop where the "magic" happened when he was just a teen. Jeff's fascination with the transformation of a set of neglected bedposts found in a barn into a spectacular master bedroom showpiece has never subsided.

Jeff is honored to have been a part of Leonard's growth over the years.  After working at The Boston Design Center, Jeff is delighted to be back at Leonards to begin the next chapter.

"Is there a more important piece of furniture in a home than one's bed?" - Lois MacDonald

"Is there a more important piece of furniture in a home than one's bed?" - Lois MacDonald

LOIS MACDONALD

VP, Sales/Marketing

Longtime Leonards Customers have always welcomed the opportunity to work with Lois, whose extensive background in antique furniture appraisal and furniture design has made furnishing their homes a fun and rewarding experience. While working at The Boston Design Center, Lois' furniture expertise and fabric knowledge impressed and intrigued the many New England designers who have now discovered Leonards as an amazing resource.

“Having at least one fine antique in a space validates a room” - Kristin Jenkins

“Having at least one fine antique in a space validates a room” - Kristin Jenkins

KRISTIN JENKINS

President

Attending the New York School of Interior Design in Manhattan, Kristin studied art history, design theory and interior decorating. After returning to New England, Kristin began working at Leonards as a design consultant and met her husband Jeff Jenkins. Traveling the globe, frequenting European estate sales, attending international auctions, cultivating dealer connections and fostering customer relationships, Kristin was charmed by the Leonards lifestyle and the antiques industry.