This month we're celebrating all things design-related here at Apartment Therapy, and one topic I've personally enjoyed reading is the history behind some of my favorite classic designs. It goes without saying, the mid-century modern era played an important role in design and of course, is fully represented. I came across this house tour from a devoted mid-century modern enthusiast, chock full of these iconic pieces.
The house is simple and somewhat sparse, and the all-white palette allows the classics to really stand out. The mint green Eames Shell Rocker and Noguchi Coffee Table in the first photo are two easily recognized mid-century modern classics, but what else do you see that you can name?
Still thinking? Give up, yet? Ok, I'll help you out with a couple more. I spot Catherineholm enamelware and a George Nelson Clock. Now that I've called out a few, I'm leaving our readers to throw in their two cents and name away the rest in the comment section. And while you're at it, if there's a a classic design you would like to know more about and see featured, feel free to offer up some suggestions and maybe yours will get picked!
For more gorgeous photos of this MCM home, head over to Modern Findings for the full tour.
MORE DESIGN CLASSICS FROM APARTMENT THERAPY:
• Design Classics: Emeco Chairs
• Modern Classics: Hans Wegner's Folding Chair
• Modern Classics: Nelson Bubble Lamps
• Modern Classics: The Arco Lamp
• Modern Classics: Eero Saarinen's Tulip Table
• Modern Classics: Eames Lounge & Ottoman
• Modern Classics: Kartell's Bourgie Lamp
• Modern Classics: The Componibili
(Images: Modern Findings)