Mint Home

Mint Home

Landis Carey
Apr 4, 2011

Located in Chicago, Mint Home trumps today's cheap furniture made of composite wood and veneer by acquiring and refurbishing the old stuff that's "all wood and made to last. Pushing it into a modern direction with elbow grease, paint, and upholstery seems like the right thing to do." I love that they're making old furniture young again with a color and brilliant textiles. Read on for details and pricing.

Details and pricing for the Mint Home goods pictured above.

1 The Mad Hatter -- Pair of Fire Engine Red Refurbished Chairs, $250
2 Peacock Blue Mid-Century End Table by Lane, $175
3 Pair of 1920's Vintage Chairs with Thomas Paul Peacock Print, $325
4 Distressed Pea Green Music Cabinet, $225
5 Pair of Vintage Chairs in Aqua and Tangerine, $250

6 Pair of Vintage Charcoal Chairs with Raspberry Print, $200
7 Pair of Midcentury Modern Chairs in Turquoise, $450
8 Vintage Demuline Tuxedo Table, $135
9 Faux Copper Coffee Table, $125
10 Peas & Carrots -- Large Mid Century Plaid Footstool/Ottoman, $65

(Images: Mint Home)

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