Spinario Design Mid-Century Finds

Spinario Design Mid-Century Finds

Jul 18, 2008

Madmen-mania makes us want to pour a stiff drink, freshen up our lipstick and pick up something nice at Spinario Design, one of Minneapolis' great mid-century semi-secrets.

Spinario Design offers a large but nicely edited, ever-changing selection. Their site is never full-on, but gives an idea of their wares. You see many well-known names and just simply good stuff. Never overmerch-ed with furniture, objects, lighting and art, it's a pleasure to walk through.

Yet walking through is optional—the owners are kind enough to chat with you by phone or e-mail to find what you need. The 3200 square-foot gallery, 2000 square-foot warehouse and FedEx guy have enough coming and going to make even Peggy, Joan or Betty happy. Relatively.

Chairs in sets are not uncommon; combined with this swell Dunbar table,
it's Sterling Cooper-ready.

Be vice-friendly with this drinks cart and smoking—yes, smoking—table and chairs.
There are plenty of smaller objects, art and lighting like this Martz lamp.
Part of a 48-piece 1964 Kastehelmi Arabia Dinnerware set by Oiva Toikka.

Spinaro Design
1300 2nd St NE
Mpls MN


lead photo: AMCTV
rest: spinaro

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