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Inspirations

London Glam: Industrial, Elegant And Edgy

London Glam – London is known for being one of the most iconic cities in the entire world, it’s one of the most important centers for business, fashion, and design! And today, Best Design Books is going to show you some amazing mid-century table for your home decor that will give a London look to your home decor.     GRACE ARMCHAIR GET PRICE It is an outstanding piece with a moody and delicate nature that makes this an irresistible armchair. Using a rich velvet upholstery, Grace Armchair has a layered composition, combining a polished brass base with a solid back made of ebony wood. The mid-century turned modern armchair features a unique design that is highly inspired by the armchairs of the ’50s and ’60s. JANIS BAR TABLE GET PRICE A pub table inspired by mid-century modern design.  Crafted from Verde Guatemala marble and a solid polished brass leg, it is supported by a round marble base. Its green tone adds a timeless look to the table that can be used as a bar table on living space or a vintage cocktail party. BAUGHMAN BAR CART GET PRICE Sipping on a cocktail next to your bar cart never looked so good with Baughman, a mid-century bar…

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Interior Design

Miller’s Mid Century Modern

For lovers of mid-century interior design looking into adding the style to their homes, Judith Miller’s Mid-Century Modern: Living with Mid-Century Modern Design is an excellent guide. The book, which was published in November 2012, is a comprehensive guide to the style that has stood the test of time and still inspires modern decorators. For those who sigh over the clean lines of an Eames chair or the rounded swoops of Georg Jensen silver, this is a book to treasure. The book covers the most iconic designs and designers from the 1940s to 1960s providing information on the development of different innovations in design, production methods, and materials. This era was particularly rich in change as more and more designers pressed the limits of what was possible. Furniture, ceramics, glass, metalware, interiors and textiles from the period are some of the most desirable collectibles on the market today. Miller’s guide has stand-alone feature pages highlighting the careers and influence of groundbreaking designers, including Alvar Aalto, Charles and Ray Eames, Robin and Licienne Day, Georg Jensen, Arne Jacobsen and many others. The book contains 500-plus photographs making it a must-have for collectors, designers and others looking for photo references. Miller began…

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