United States, late 2oth century In this whimsical armchair a rounded cushioned puff of a seat floats above a chrome pedestal and swivels 360 degrees. Three chairs are available.
United States, circa 1952 George Nelson designed this chest or cabinet, model #4621, as part of Herman Miller’s modular basic storage components. The warm walnut case features five drawers and a cabinet with two adjustable shelves — all set with
United States, 1970s Florence Knoll designed this table or desk as part of her 1961 executive collection. A beautiful 78-inch walnut oval sits on a chromed steel base in perfect harmony with the angular X of its legs. The clean
United States, 1970s This set of high-back dining chairs by Milo Baughman for Thayer Coggin contrasts the sleek lines of chrome frames with the warmth and comfort of cane set into slightly arched backs. All eight chairs are upholstered in
USA, 1970s This sofa is by Milo Baughman and features blue velvet upholstery and a wide polished chrome frame.
1970s From a design by Anton Lorenz, these Thonet armchairs set deeply contoured barrel-back seats within tubular chrome cantilevered frames.
USA, 1970s This dining table was designed by Milo Baughman and manufactured by Pace Collection. It features a beautiful olive burl top and Art Deco-inspired chrome skyscraper legs. The table includes two 18″ leaves which allow it to extend up
Italy, 1970s These striking dining chairs feature chrome frames, vinyl seats, and lucite and plastic backs.
USA, 1970s This set of chairs is in the style of Pace and Milo Baughman. The chair is constructed of a curved chrome frame with a cantilevered seat that is upholstered in beige vinyl.
USA, 1970s This club chair is in the style of Milo Baughman. It features a square chrome frame with a gently curved seat that is upholstered in off-white textile.
Switzerland, 1970s Designed by Paul Tuttle for Strässle International in the 1970s, the aptly named Anaconda Table features a muscular serpentine chromed steel base and a round glass top. The diameter of the base is 22 inches, while the glass
Italy, 1970s This glass-top dining table features a pedestal base comprised of a granite bottom, four chrome columns, and a chrome top.
USA, 1970s Pair of geometric wall sculptures in brass and chrome by Curtis Jere.
Italy, 1970s This large square coffee table by Pace has four removable marble tiles that are set in a chrome base.
Italy, 1970s This space-age hanging lamp features a chrome base with twelve orbiting bulbs, arranged in two levels of six. Bulbs included.
USA, 1980s Designed in 1930 for the Tugendhat house in Brno, Czechoslovakia, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s Brno chair mirrors the groundbreaking simplicity of its original environment. This set of eight was manufactured in the 1980s and features a tubular
England, 1930s This art deco cart is composed of a circular chrome frame with two mirrored and black glass shelves.
Norway, 1959 This armchair was designed by Sven Ivar Dysthe for for Dokka Mobler in Norway. It is composed of a chrome frame with solid rosewood arms and stretchers. The chair has been reupholstered in Knoll textile in Field Day,
USA, 1970′s Cube-shaped club chair by Milo Baughman for Thayer Coggin with vibrant blue vinyl upholstery and brilliant chrome frame.
USA, 1970′s This accent light was designed by Paul Evans for the Cityscape series and features his iconic brass and chrome patchwork.
USA, 1970′s This chrome floor lamp, in the style of Milo Baughman, features one tall light fixture that is surrounded by three tables of varying heights. Lampshade is included. Each table surfaces measures 12″ in diameter.
USA, 1970′s Pair of chrome table lamps by Laurel.
Italy, 1970s This sleek Italian console table from the 1970s pairs a chrome and brass base with an inset glass top. It can equally serve as a sofa table.
USA, 1970s These sleek and comfortable dining chairs by Milo Baughman are in original condition and would make a stylish addition around any table.
USA, 1970′s This classic Florence Knoll credenza has a spectacular rosewood grain.
USA, 1970′s This versatile table has a beautiful sculptural base accented with chrome connectors. It speaks for itself.
USA, 1970s These chrome armchairs by Milo Baughman for Thayer Coggin are upholstered in the original red faux fur.
Italy, 1970′s The geometric chrome frame adds a unique architectural and sculptural element to this striking armchair.
USA, 1970′s This beautiful table features two slatted chrome bases with a 5/8″ thick glass racetrack top with a beveled edge.