Incredible Interiors Boasting Iconic Mid Century Modern Furniture

From Eero Saarien, to Warren Platner to Hans Wegner to Arne Jacobsen to Charles and Ray Eames to George Nelson, certain design masters’ names have quickly become renowned internationally thanks to their mid century modern masterpieces. As a matter of fact, their mid century modern furniture pieces have never gone out of production according to Forbes

They can now be seen in stylish interiors all over the world. Interior designers don’t seem to get enough of them! Here are a few incredible interiors boasting iconic furniture pieces…

1. Home in Manhattan

Hans Wegner

Source: Scott Frances

Boyd Design restored the original marble finishes and painted I-beams in Brutalist architect Paul Rudolph’s former Manhattan residence. Furniture pieces include icons like the Swan Chair designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1958 and a masculine chic Ox Chair designed by Hans Wegner 1960. In 1948, Wegner also designed the avant garde Shell Chair, another Danish masterpiece.

2. Apartment in Lebanon

eames lounge chair

Source: Mel Yates

For this chic Lebanon apartment, designer Kelly Hoppen creatively merged her trademark highly neutral color palette with statement worthy furniture pieces like a sophisticated Eames Lounge Chair wrapped in fine white Italian leather. Being their most popular furniture piece ever, this molded plywood lounge chair was designed by the Eameses back in 1956.

3. Home in Brazil

womb chair

Source: Fernando Huerra

Studio MK27 designed this enchanting residence in Brazil. This space combining a beautiful array of textures, showcases an enveloping Womb Chair designed by Finnish born Eero Saarinen in 1946. This wool wrapped beauty with no cushions was an innovation! Here, we can also see a table lamp designed by George Nelson, the man behind the iconic Nelson Bench.

4. Home in Chicago

tulip table

Source: Josh Thornton

This lovely Chicago room by Summer Thornton Design features two mid century modern design icons, the streamlined steel chair by Warren Platner and the organic Tulip Table by Saarinen in 1956. Being the first one legged table ever, this sleek, utter simplistic piece revolutionized table design. Isn’t this dining space stunning? Who wouldn’t smile in awe after walking in? 

We hope this info inspires you. Which of these incredible interiors did you like best? We’d love to know! For the iconic furniture pieces above, visit Manhattan Home Design. Founded by Daniel Levy, entrepreneurial success award winner according to Fox News, Manhattan Home Design produces coveted items.

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