Our perspective on living and loving the Mid Century Modern Eclectic style

John Stuart Nightstands

A couple of years ago I took a long weekend road trip through southern New England.  I was in search of more mid century modern furniture and accessories to rescue. The plan was to hit all of my old haunts as well as a few new locations. The pickings had been pretty good; from central

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Rescue of an American of Martinsville Credenza

We were notified of this gem by way of an email with photos attached.  “Down sizing our home, heard that you collect this style”.  “Let me know if interested”.  “We are 35 miles north west of Boston”.  This was another beautiful object that needed to be rescued in order to shine again.  We were being

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Mid Century Modern Desks

It was late winter 2012.  I had responded to a telephone call about buying a mid century modern desk and matching chair.  Desks from Kent Coffee, Paul McCobb, Kem Weber, Lane, Tibergarrd Neilsen, Heywood Wakefield and Stow Davis are just a few of the desks that have found new homes and owners by-way of our

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Brutalist Furniture Mirrors Our Times

I very much like the lines and curves of fiberglass Herman Miller chairs in tandem with the sleek lines of an upholstered Danish modern Hans Olsen sofa.  However, anything that smacks of the Brutalist style gets my full attention. The heavily textured style of architecture, furniture, lighting and sculpture from the 1950’s through the early

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Atomic Clock at Todd Farm Flea Market

It was near dawn on what would be a sunny autumn Sunday. The sign at the edge of the gravel lane read Todd Farm Flea Market. Yes, we have arrived. We turned in and then onto a frost covered field that was serving as a makeshift parking lot.  The sun was just coming up over

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