Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Midcentury Lounge Chair meets Bohemian Modern Interior Design

I am still so much a fan of Apartment Therapy even after all these years and love the insights their House Tours give me, particularly on the use of midcentury modern classic furnishings.  People mix it up in all kinds of ways granting a sort of freedom to design one's own environment.

Bohemian Modern is a mix coined by the fabulous blogger sfgirlbybay and it includes elements such as Moroccan rugs, lots of plants, white/bright walls and art.  Flea market finds mix with vintage mix with reproductions.  Kinda like my house.

Here is a great representation of bohemian modern in Hope and Pete's home--an Eichler, no less (Curt and I lived in a Palo Alto Eichler in the 90s).  I had to include a image of the vintage dining room table and chairs because they are so similar to the set I found years ago and still have. View the House Tour here.

Modern Classics Furniture crafts a well-made and true to design replica of the Lounge Chair found in this tour.  Distinguishable from other reproductions,  Modern Classics Lounge Chair reproduction's molded wood frame is fabricated  with 8 ply hardwood using a 14 step commercial grade finishing process with the same species used in each layer of veneer and no use of formaldehyde adhesives. You can read more about the Lounge Chair here.

Images courtesy Apartment Therapy and Modern Classics.

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