Mid-Century Chic, Part 2

March 10, 2015

By Tab Byrum

Happy Tuesday, I hope everyone is off to a great start this week.  Last week we talked about the popularity of furniture and accessories from the 1950’s and 1960’s now in the 21st Century, so I thought today we would take a look at 4 different online sites where you can shop and buy mid-century items, both new and original.

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So, let’s go on a shopping spree and see what we can find from the days of drive-ins, the Big Bopper, JFK and The Man From U.N.C.L.E.  Enjoy!!! (click on the orange word under each picture to visit the link for that piece)

West Elm

 

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The Reeve Mid-Century Coffee Table with Marble Top

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Peggy Mid-Century Arm Chair

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Mid-Century Bench, Acorn

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Peggy Mid-Century Sofa

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Mid-Century Daybed, Acorn

1stdibs

 

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Womb Settee By Eero Saarinen For Knoll

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Adrian Pearsall Geometric Mid-Century Platform Sofa

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Charles Eames Original Storage Unit

Los Angeles Modern Auctions (LAMA)

Prototype Chris Ferebee “Hive” Modular Shelf

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George Nelson Chair and Ottoman for Herman Miller

Overstock.com

 

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Remark Sofa

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Nova Black Sectional

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Modern Leather Cantilever Lounge Chair

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Black Leather Egg Chair

Dot & Bo

 

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Retro Relaxation Storage Unit

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Spiers Sofa In Mustard

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Paddington Deux Lounge Set

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Modern Daybed In Gravel

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It’s Only Natural Desk – Burnt Oak

See anything you like?  Remember that everything on 1stdibs is real and original to the time period and all other pieces are reproductions, but I love to mix and match real with reproduction.  Let me know what you think.  Have a great Tuesday.  

All images are courtesy of the individual websites we are visiting today.

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