I promised that I’d show you how to Get the Look of this midcentury modern home designed by JHL Design, and today I’m keeping that promise. It’s full of both classic American-made designs and soon-to-be classics. Basically I’m here to make you feel good about spending your benjis…….
The ubiquitous Eames molded plastic chair, designed of course by Charles and Ray Eames.
Knoll Textiles has been covering the seats of some of the best midcentury sofas and chairs for generations. This particular fabric, Sonnet, is inspired by a Knoll Archival Classic from 1977.
Soon-To-Be American-Made Classics:
The Spindle Chair, designed by the design duo BassamFellows in 2o12, inspired by the studious environs of the Phillip Exeter Academy Library, made of waxed ash and brass.
Triad 9, inspired by geometry and designed by Apparatus Studio, is made of solid brass and hand cast porcelain cones, made in New York City.
Get it all in the Get It Guide below,
|CROSSHATCH FABRIC IN SIENNA ROSE||KERRY JOYCE||CALIFORNIA|
|SONNET FABRIC IN IVORY||KNOLL TEXTILES||N/A|
|SPINDLE CHAIR||BASSAMFELLOWS FOR DWR||N/A|
|CHILTON TABLE||ROOM & BOARD||VERMONT|
|MOLDED FIBERGLASS CHAIR||EAMES||CALIFORNIA|
|TRIAD 9 CHANDELIER||APPARATUS STUDIO||NEW YORK|