Mid-Century Modern Websites


The Best of Bond & Bowery

Lounge Chair & Ottoman by Vatne Mobler Dealer Janus Home describes this Norwegian piece as “one of the most comfortable lounge chairs ever produced” and I can’t see a reason...

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Chromeography: Mid-Century Chrome Lettering

There are still a few spots to polish, but I thought readers would appreciate a sneak peek at another project of the Mid-Century Modernist. Chromeography is dedicated to the chrome...

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Sister Site: Spy Vibe

Your mission — whether or not you choose to accept it — is to pay a visit to Jason Whiton’s focused yet comprehensive blog on ’60s spy style . That’s an order.

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Anna Weiss House, St. Louis

Fellow mid-century modernist Anna Weiss is a newcomer on the blog scene and her site promises to be a daily stop. ...The house has a very open floor plan, so the living room opens to the sitting room which is also the dining area.

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American Advertising Art – Station Wagons

David Hall’s Plan59 hosts some very nicely preserved imagery from American ads of the ’50s and ’60s. The automobiles, heavy and gaudy, aren’t really the sort of design we champion...

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