We’ve heard it again and again: The midcentury-modern “trend” is here to stay. The sleek silhouettes, light woods, and functional shapes employed by designers in the 1950s and ’60s have transitioned from vintage dealers into mainstream culture, inspiring aesthetics everywhere from West Elm to IKEA. If you’ve hopped on the midcentury bandwagon, the good news is that there’s no shortage of options for furniture; in fact, the choices can be a bit overwhelming. In order to narrow it down (and to avoid knockoffs), AD has compiled some of our favorites in one place. From original designs by the likes of Le Corbusier and Charlotte Perriand, to midcentury-inspired shapes by DwellStudio and on-the-rise Australian company SP01, there’s a sofa (or even sectional) for every space and budget.
Clockwise from left to right: Suit pants, Linen Tee, Handbag, Linen-blend Jacket