Resources for Outfitting Your Home with a Vintage Look — New and Used

Resources for Outfitting Your Home with a Vintage Look — New and Used

Jason Loper
Feb 25, 2012

Call it the Mad Men effect. Or maybe it's just because styles recycle themselves. Whatever the cause, mid-century modern is having a huge impact on today's style. We've rounded up the best resources for achieving the look — whether you want to buy new or go authentic by buying vintage…

West Elm — This Mid-Century Nightstand would look equally great in a bedroom or used as an end table in the living room.

The Conran Shop — This bright yellow Edgar Bentwood Chair is Conran Shop's take on the classic Thonet.

CB2 — This Club Piping Chair is giving me all kinds of Cuban-nightclub-circa-1962 vibes.

Design Within Reach — The Saarinen Tulip Armchair has been an instant classic since it first appeared on the scene in 1956.

Thrive Home FurnishingsThe Carter Chair has the clean lines and skinny legs of pieces from the 1960s.

Circa Modern — This Borge Mogensen teak and oak sideboard reveals an awesome colorful interior.

The Good Mod — Now you really can pretend you're Don Draper while you sit at this Stow & Davis Walnut Executive Desk.

Past Present Future sells vintage furniture, like these Vintage Lawrence Peabody for Selig Fiberglass Chairs, in addition to new reproductions.

Salvage One — These Stacking Side Tables from Salvage One's online shop Designed by Gianfranco Frattini for Cassina Atelier International, Italy, 1966.

Back Garage — Not only does Back Garage help organize Chicago's Vintage Bazaar, they also stock cool second-hand finds like this Bruce Hannah and Andrew Morrison Side Table for Knoll.

Classic American Style: Mid-Century Modern
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Images: As linked above.

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