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8 Ways to Decorate with Herman Miller Furniture

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Herman Miller is the Michigan-based manufacturer of all things modern—along with Knoll, and a handful of other companies, one of the grandparents of American modernism.
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  Henry Hill’s 1947 renovation of a 1908 Victorian provides a remarkable mid-century counterpoint to San Francisco's reigning aesthetic. Eames chairs for Herman Miller are accompanied by Italian manufacturer U-vola’s unique speakers from Elite Audio Systems. Photo by Misha Gravenor.  Photo by: Misha Gravenor

    Henry Hill’s 1947 renovation of a 1908 Victorian provides a remarkable mid-century counterpoint to San Francisco's reigning aesthetic. Eames chairs for Herman Miller are accompanied by Italian manufacturer U-vola’s unique speakers from Elite Audio Systems. Photo by Misha Gravenor.

    Photo by: Misha Gravenor

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  Clear, minimal lines define this Wisconsin cabin’s cabinetry and fenestration. Furnishings include the Nelson Platform bench by Herman Miller.

    Clear, minimal lines define this Wisconsin cabin’s cabinetry and fenestration. Furnishings include the Nelson Platform bench by Herman Miller.

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  In Matt Jacobsen's Southern California ode to minimal living, the home office is decked out with an original Eames shell chair manufactured in Gardena, California, before production moved to Michigan. Photo by Dave Lauridsen.  Photo by: Dave Lauridsen

    In Matt Jacobsen's Southern California ode to minimal living, the home office is decked out with an original Eames shell chair manufactured in Gardena, California, before production moved to Michigan. Photo by Dave Lauridsen.

    Photo by: Dave Lauridsen

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  In this lakeside Michigan cabin, a day-lit corner of the living room creates a nice nook for reading thanks to Herman Miller's Nelson Platform Bench. Photo by Raimund Koch.  Photo by: Raimund Koch

    In this lakeside Michigan cabin, a day-lit corner of the living room creates a nice nook for reading thanks to Herman Miller's Nelson Platform Bench. Photo by Raimund Koch.

    Photo by: Raimund Koch

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  In southwest England, interior designer and avid furniture collector Kathryn Tyler built her home around the vintage pieces she’d amassed over a decade. She uses her Nelson Platform Bench from Herman Miller as a coffee table. Photo by Andrew Meredith.  Photo by: Andrew MeredithCourtesy of: Andrew Meredith 2007

    In southwest England, interior designer and avid furniture collector Kathryn Tyler built her home around the vintage pieces she’d amassed over a decade. She uses her Nelson Platform Bench from Herman Miller as a coffee table. Photo by Andrew Meredith.

    Photo by: Andrew Meredith

    Courtesy of: Andrew Meredith 2007

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  The open-plan, double-height kitchen/living/dining area makes the most of this Sydney home's 1,700 square feet. The cabinetry is finished in polyurethane, the hardware is by Lockwood and Madinoz, the countertops are Caesarstone, the oven and cooktop are by Ilve, and the integrated refrigerator is by Fisher & Paykel. The pendant lamps are Richard Neutra by Kartell and the dining chairs are by Herman Miller. Photo by Brett Boardman.  Photo by: Brett Boardman

    The open-plan, double-height kitchen/living/dining area makes the most of this Sydney home's 1,700 square feet. The cabinetry is finished in polyurethane, the hardware is by Lockwood and Madinoz, the countertops are Caesarstone, the oven and cooktop are by Ilve, and the integrated refrigerator is by Fisher & Paykel. The pendant lamps are Richard Neutra by Kartell and the dining chairs are by Herman Miller. Photo by Brett Boardman.

    Photo by: Brett Boardman

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  An Eames Aluminum Group chair for Herman Miller and bamboo shelving system are featured in the office Camille Owens and architect husband Francisco created within their living-dining space.  Photo by: Dave Lauridsen

    An Eames Aluminum Group chair for Herman Miller and bamboo shelving system are featured in the office Camille Owens and architect husband Francisco created within their living-dining space.

    Photo by: Dave Lauridsen

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  The openness of this modern Manhattan high-rise apartment is underscored by largely neutral furnishings. The Saarinen table is from Knoll; the Eames chairs are from Herman Miller. Photo by Brian Finke.  Photo by: Brian FinkeCourtesy of: BRIAN FINKE

    The openness of this modern Manhattan high-rise apartment is underscored by largely neutral furnishings. The Saarinen table is from Knoll; the Eames chairs are from Herman Miller. Photo by Brian Finke.

    Photo by: Brian Finke

    Courtesy of: BRIAN FINKE

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