A Man's Home

10 Midcentury Modern Pieces
to Elevate Any Space

These handsome pieces will never go out of style.

Essential Midcentury Modern Furniture Pieces

Get some inspiration from legendary art director Fred Woodward's impeccably renovated 1957 glass home in Architectural Digest.

Midcentury modern furnishings will never really go out of style. With its masculine charm, the decor has a design signature of clean lines and geometric shapes mixed with rich colors and earthy textures. They are the kind of pieces that look at home in a single guy's bachelor pad. But the lasting appeal of this style means that they also mix well with other items—the more "eclectic pieces" of your significant other, for example. We've pulled together ten of our favorite midcentury pieces, from true vintage finds and retro-inspired designs to truly iconic investment pieces. These are the ones that will never let you down.

The Essentials

CB2 Wall Mounted Bar Cabinet

Wall mounted bar cabinet,
$299 by CB2

Butler Specialty Co. Sheesham Wood Nightstand

Sheesham wood nightstand,
$365 by Butler Specialty Co.

LCH Steel Coat Rack

Steel coat rack,
$129.98 / $49.99 by LCH

Article Velvet Sofa

Velvet sofa,
$1,199 by Article

CB2 Woven Suede Chair

Woven suede chair,
$479 by CB2

Chairish Vintage Slat Wood Bench

Vintage slat wood bench,
$995 at Chairish

Threshold Brass Lined Table Lamp

Brass lined table lamp,
$33.24 by Threshold

West Elm Wood and Bronze Media Console

Wood and bronze media console,
$1,399 / $1,299 by West Elm

Herman Miller Molded Plywood Lounge Chair

Molded plywood lounge chair,
$970 by Herman Miller

Wise Words

“The details are not the details. They make the design.”

- Charles Eames

Modernica Case Study Pot and Stand

Case study pot and stand,
$149 by Modernica

Wise Words

"The details are not the details. They make the design."

- Charles Eames