Mid-Century Pieces From Days Gone By

Mid-Century Pieces From Days Gone By

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Sarah Rae Smith
Jan 28, 2010

Our friends over at Dwell have put together a quaint little slideshow of Mid-Century children's furniture (some is even for sale). We won't spoil the show for you, but did want to share a few of our favorite pieces. Details after the jump!

You can check out the full slide show containing other fabulous Mid-Century pieces over at Dwell, but here's the highlights on a few of our favorites! Which one would you like to see make its way into your home? We'd personally love that Czech Children's Table! How fabulous?!

Czech Children's Table: Created in the 1960's the designer is unknown, but the set is up for sale!
Eames Child's Chair: A short run of 5,000 pieces was first done, but you can still get reproductions today.
Vedel Child's Chair: Simple tension keeps the seat in place, and the chair itself is meant to be used as a table, a high chair, or a stool.
Bentwood Stegner Chairs: This pair is listed at 1stdibs.com for $1800!
Aalto Child's Chair: This piece is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art

(Image: Dwell)

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