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Mid-Century Modern is the New Modern

INSPIRATION

Mid-Century Modern does not die, it simply bounces from coast to coast. In the East, we are feeling particularly inspired by the thoughtful pieces made by the Mid-Century school of thought. Below, we’ve gathered 5 of our favorite furniture makers from the era that are still very prominent in today’s design scene. Check them out and let us know who we should feature in the future.

Harvey Probber (1922-2003) Brooklyn, NY

mid-century cane back armchairs

Harvey Probber Iconic Cane Back Chairs

Harvey Probber Cane Chairs Seating Area

round cane back armchairs

Harvey Probber Deep Tuft Sofa

dark gray velvet tufted sofa

Harvey Probber Sofa in Living Room

retro charcoal tufted sofas

Harvey Probber End Table

mid-century marble and wood end table

Harvey Probber End Table in Feminine Living Room

bright pink tufted upholstered ottoman

Edward Wormley (1907-1995) Oswego, IL

mid-century leather bench

Edward Wormley Daybed in Living Room

floor to ceiling windows living room

Edward Wormley Sofa Design

mid-century sofa wall sculptures

Milo Baughman (1923-2003) Goodland, KS

mid-century black dining chairs

Milo Baughman Chaise

mid-century fur chaise

Milo Baughman Black and Gold Chairs

black armchairs with gold frame

Adrian Pearsall (1925-2011) Trumansburg, NY

mid-century modern tufted platform sofa

Adrian Pearsall Platform Sofa

retro sofa and side table unit

Adrian Pearsall Lounge Chair

mid-century modern platform sofa

Paul McCobb (1917-1969) Medford, MA

danish modern lounge chair

Paul McCobb Credenza

purple sofa retro advertisement

Paul McCobb Etagere

mid-century modern wood credenza brass legs

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