Furniture

Big or small, furniture stands out and makes a difference in the overall aesthetic of the room.

Smilow Woven Leather Lounge Chair
It’s a rare occurrence when the work of an iconic midcentury master is brought back to life after being out of production for...
Saarinen Tulip Chair
When Eero Saarinen designed his Pedestal Collection for Knoll in 1956, he created an alternative to the "ugly, confusing,...
The Bellini Chair
The Bellini Chair from Heller combines style and comfort in one lightweight, versatile design.
OGK Safari Daybed
The OGK Safari Daybed is a versatile furnishing that is both minimalist and statement making.
Hans J. Wegner Wishbone Chair
As one of the first models that Hans J. Wegner designed specifically for Carl Hansen & Søn in 1949, the Wishbone Chair was the...
Cherner Task Chair
Designed by Benjamin Cherner for the Cherner Chair Company, this task chair takes Cherner beyond its classic lounge chair...
Kartell Masters Chair
Standing on four slim legs, the Masters Chair is roomy, comfortable, and elegant.
TON Chair 18
This classic chair is crafted in the same factory where German-Austrian furniture maker Michael Thonet began producing his famous...
Kiki Sofa
Elegant and timeless, the Kiki collection of furniture was created by legendary Finnish designer Ilmari Tapiovaara in 1960.
Skargaarden Oxno Armchair
Skargaarden produces furniture that is designed for relaxation.
Hans J. Wegner Shell Chair
The public was initially reluctant to accept the three-legged CH07: Shell Chair—an edgier piece of work—from Hans Wegner, which...
Fritz Hansen Drop Chair
When legendary designer Arne Jacobsen was commissioned to develop the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen in 1958, he ended up...
You and Me Indoor/Outdoor Ping-Pong Table
There are ping-pong tables, and then there is the You and Me Ping-Pong Table from RS Barcelona.
Innovation USA Splitback Sofa Bed
The Splitback Sofa Bed from Innovation USA has a simple, sophisticated silhouette that recalls the look of midcentury modern...
Cassina LC4 Chaise Lounge
In 1928, designers Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, and Charlotte Perriand teamed up to develop a lounge specifically for...
Panton Chair
Intrigued by its capabilities, Danish architect and designer Verner Panton conducted pioneering experiments with plastic.
Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman
It’s no surprise that Charles and Ray Eames spent much of their lives investigating molded plywood—but when they introduced their...
Vitra Slow Chair
Brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have become powerhouses in the world of design—dreaming up a wide range of products and...
Noguchi Table
With its curved wood base and freeform glass top, Japanese sculptor Isamu Noguchi’s accent table blurs the divide between art and...
Knoll Bertoia Side Chair
Though Italian-American artist Harry Bertoia had long harbored an interest in mesh and metal forms, it wasn’t until he joined the...
Eames Molded Plastic Chair
Charles and Ray Eames were relentless in their pursuit of a single-shell form and experimented with a range of materials.
Cherner Lounge Armchair
After Benjamin Cherner has brought back a number of his father’s midcentury designs, the lounge chair from the Cherner Chair...
Fritz Hansen Series 7 Chair
Though Fritz Hansen has produced numerous irreplaceable designs over the years, the Series 7 is one that’s gained iconic status.