Published at Monday, 04 September 2017 by Klotild Vegh in Interior, with total 33 drawings.
Midcentury modern took the design and decor world by storm a couple of years ago before it found a more permanent place in the upper echelon of the trends chart. From TV shows like Mad Men to innovative decor that brought midcentury vibe alive with modern flair, the last few years have definitely seen the classics from the 60‚s being revived to their past glory. But not all of us can afford to bring home an original creation of Eames, George Nelson or Isamu Noguchi. Then there is the question of preferred aesthetics. If you are looking for something that is both glamorous and midcentury in style, then the latest decor collection from Essential Home is a ‚can‚t miss‚!
Borge Mogensen presented the prototype for his functional wood frame Søborg chair in 1950. In 1952, Mogensen added a steel-framed version, reflecting the designer‚s vision of international modernism. Similar to his work with wood, the legs of Mogensen‚s steel frame Søborg chair are slightly tapered, thus imparting a pleasingly crafted aesthetic. Whether it is the steel frame version or wood version, the Søborg chair is the perfect dining companion. Fredericia‚s Verve series was created by Geckeler Michels, a Berlin-based design duo. Available in sledge, swivel (with or without castors) and four leg versions, Verve is a cup-style chair designed with vigour and enthusiasm in mind. Its sledge and four leg models will make wonderful dining seats.
Bringing work into your bedroom is not a bad idea anymore! A small home workspace in the corner of the bedroom can make your life a whole lot easier and efficient. Instead of wrestling with your laptop uncomfortably in the bed, turn that empty, forgotten corner into an ergonomic workzone by simply adding a sleek desk and a comfortable chair. Space-savvy desks from the likes of Hasena shape an organized and functional work area without dominating the bedroom narrative.