Pieces by Milo Baughman may not be cutting edge now, but I still love his great mid-century furniture designs and think they fit well in both transitional and modern spaces. As Elle Decor so aptly describes:
“From his very first clean-lined collections in iron and walnut, which helped shape the post war California look, to his minimalist chrome-and-burl-wood pieces in the 1970s, Baughman (pronounced Boffman) purposefully defined modern design as elegant yet accessible.”
Two of my very favorite Milo Baughman pieces include pairs of lounge chairs and etageres available on 1st Dibs. Take a look…
These Milo Baughman etageres, made of chrome and glass and circa the 1970s, are chic and timeless.
Images via 1st Dibs