USA, 1950s This chest cabinet by George Nelson, model 4620 from Herman Miller’s Basic Cabinet Series, features five drawers with dividers in the first and third drawers.
USA, 1950s This chest cabinet by George Nelson, model 4621 from Herman Miller’s Basic Cabinet Series, features five drawers and one cabinet with two adjustable shelves. Corresponding five-drawer chest also available.
USA, 1960s This CSS has a very useful configuration for function and storage. With a desk in the center flanked by roomy drawers including a file drawer, sliding door closed cabinet with lighting underneath, vertical fie storage, another closed cabinet
USA, 1950s This small hairpin leg side table is unique and functional, with two copper planting boxes and a large drawer.
USA, 1960′s An early example of the iconic Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman, this chair features classic black leather and beautiful rosewood veneer. Ottoman measures 26″ W x 22″ D x 16″ H.
USA, 1980′s A singular example of the iconic Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman, this chair features exemplary rosewood veneer that showcases its unparalleled natural grain. The warm chocolate leather compliments the rich rosewood and is in excellent condition with no
USA, 1950′s This cabinet was designed by George Nelson as part of Herman Miller’s basic cabinet series. It features four drawers and one cabinet that opens to reveal two shelves. The cabinet sits atop rectangular ebonized wood legs and features
USA, 1950′s This dresser was designed by George Nelson as part of Herman Miller’s basic cabinet series. It features four drawers with curved chrome-plated drawer pulls, and it sits atop rectangular ebonized wood legs.
USA, 1960′s Classic modern design meets natural beauty in this Action Desk by George Nelson. Its striking rosewood top is trimmed with black rubber and sits atop an aluminum base. The desk features one inconspicuous drawer with two compartments.
USA, 1960′s This large stately desk features a wall credenza with multiple shelves and drawers. Working lights are in the upper portion of the credenza. One large file drawer. Desk size is 65″L x 29.5″D x 29″H.
USA, 1970′s Aluminum Group conference table designed by Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller. Features walnut top and metal base with aluminum legs.
USA, 1950′s This drop-leaf table is both beautiful and functional. Designed by George Nelson for Herman Miller, it can serve many purposes and was meant to coordinate with other Nelson furniture. This table could serve as a console table when
USA, 1950′s This beautiful George Nelson Executive Desk features a rectangular writing surface with a caning modesty panel over one small drawer and one file drawer, and a return cabinet with dark gray sliding doors which open to reveal another
USA, 1950′s Classic pair of side chairs by George Nelson.
USA, 1950′s This beautiful modular unit is comprised of two dressers, one with a side cabinet, with a vanity with lifting mirror in between. Dressers can be on either side. Lighted vanity interior includes two organizer trays. Dimensions of individual
USA, 1950′s Classic early shell chair with rope edge. Original paper label on underside.
USA, 1950′s This first-production fiberglass shell armchair was designed by Eames and produced by Zenith Plastics for Herman Miller. Paper label on the underside and steel glides on the Eiffel Tower base.
USA, 1960′s Great vintage example of this classic Eames design.
USA, 1950′s This classic Herman Miller steelframe desk was designed by George Nelson in the 1950′s.
USA, 1960′s This large stately desk features a wall credenza with multiple shelves and drawers. One large file drawer.
USA, 1960′s This Action Office desk by George Nelson for Herman Miller features a walnut roll-top over a laminate desk surface and aluminum frame, four shallow wood-front drawers, painted sides, and metal dividers for files at the back of desk
This brown leather and rosewood lounge chair and ottoman are in beautiful vintage condition.
USA, 1950′s This modular table and lounge chair unit is comprised of two lounge chairs and one table panel which are completely interchangeable. The table portion is 24″D x 13.5″H and the two chairs have removable cushions to allow the
USA, 1950′s This table is part of the Steelframe Series. Matching Table Lounge Unit and Armchair also available.
USA, 1950′s This set of 4 dining chairs by George Nelson for Herman Miller have been newly re-upholstered in Knoll cuddlecloth textile in Moss green. Ebonized wooden frames.
USA, 1950′s Walnut night stand with open compartment and one drawer standing on rectangular black legs.
Everything in our home suggests some aspect of our story: the studio itself, which Michael designed fifteen years ago; the antiques from Alicia’s childhood; the artwork we’ve traded for or picked up on our travels. The pieces we’ve acquired from
USA, 1950′s This walnut Executive Desk by George Nelson for Herman Miller features a rectangular top over a return with drawers and doors, stainless steel legs with chrome finish, rattan privacy panel.
USA, 1960′s Introduced in 1964, this Action Office desk by George Nelson for Herman Miller features an aluminum frame supporting a laminated work surface with lift-top at back. With file storage and semi-soft surface for use with push pins and
USA, 1940′s This chest of drawers by Gilbert Rohde has been beautifully refinished, bringing out the distinctive grain of this piece.
USA, 1960′s Beautiful Herman Miller bench in all-original condition.
USA, 1960′s This versatile rectangular table by Charles Eames has a beautiful rare rosewood veneer top. It can be used as a dining table or conference table or desk.
USA, 1940′s This rare two piece cabinet from the American Ash Group by Gilbert Rohde for Herman Miller is comprised of a large “All-in-one” chest storage unit and top unit. The large lower cabinet features a drop leaf compartment with