Did you know George Nelson designed the Nelson Bench in 1946? Since then, it’s become a mid century modern classic, featured in museums across the globe. Because of its prestige, this slatted wood beauty can be seen in stylish interiors, it’s become highly popular.
The visually pleasing Nelson Bench, as intended by mid century mastermind George Nelson, features a distinguishable exquisite frame, truly admired in the modern furnishing industry.
Here are 4 enchanting spaces boasting the classic Nelson Bench for inspiration…
1. Contemporary Bedroom
This contemporary bedroom showcases a pair of white nightstands flanking a on-trend gray bed with gray bedding. A faux fur blanket dresses the end of the bed, while an attention grabbing Nelson Bench is placed at the foot.
Gray wallpaper, a gray area rug and a corner gray couch further enhance the space, making it a relaxing retreat. Doesn’t the warm slatted wood bench beautifully tie everything together?
2. Living Room With Eclectic Style Mix
This tiny living space has an eclectic mix of interior design styles. It beautifully showcases a blue sofa, orange geometric pillow, blue faux fur pillow, yellow pillow as well as eclectic photo gallery wall and decor pieces.
It also features a mid century modern Nelson Bench with warm walnut veneer. Doesn’t the bench with an industrial vibe add even more personality to the room?
3. Minimal Mudroom
This chic, neutral hued mudroom with a minimal vibe showcases a floral light wallpaper, a white built-in cabinet with beadboard backsplash, a white built-in bench, an iron lantern over the mudroom island.
Mudroom interior design also boasts a natural color Nelson Bench 72″, the true statement worthy piece in the mudroom.
As you can see, this striking piece by George Nelson checks all the right boxes when it comes to enhancing your interior. Which of these lovely spaces is your fave? We’d love to know your feedback!
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