January 11, 2020
So, you’ve watched Mad Men and now you want your home to look precisely like the set. 
The Best Online Shops For Mid-Century Modern Furniture
You’re not the only one – mid-century furniture is crazy popular right now. The geometric, structural style was popularised in post-war, but it’s as chic as ever today. 
If you’re in the market for a drinks trolley made of oak, a lush teal velvet sofa, or something orange and brown, then we’ve got you sorted. 
Whether you want one-of-a-kind vintage pieces or modern takes on the classic style, step this way for the best places to buy mid-century style.SwoonIf you’d like to shop from the comfort of your home – or perhaps your velvet three-seater sofa from Tivoli (£1,299) - then Swoon is a reliable, generous source of mid-century furniture. With no warehouses to visit, this is more for your armchair browser. It has flexible delivery options and promises to unveil new designs every day. 
Browse the collection now.WayfairYou mightn’t think Wayfair would specialise in picture-perfect mid-century furniture, but it actually has an extensive range of gorgeous pieces, like this orange dining chair (£109.99). Just search for “mid-century” and get your Pinterest board ready. 
Browse the collection now.Heal’sHeal’s opened its doors in Rathbone Place, London, all the way back in 1810, so it’s been selling furniture a long time. It has a particularly lush range of mid-century inspired pieces, including this pricey but perfect Bauhaus-era chair (£4,722).
Browse the collection now.  HabitatIs there anything that nods to mid-century more than a wooden sideboard? This three-doored walnut number does not disappoint. There are tons of mid-century modern items to browse both in-store and online at Habitat, from gorgeous chairs and stylish prints to bigger ticket items, such as full dining sets and sofas.
Browse the collection now.MadeFor gorgeous mid-century furniture that won’t break the bank, head to Made. This grey velvet bed is divine (was £479, now £399). The retail site works directly with independent designers in order to keep costs down. It also only makes items after they’ve been bought – meaning it doesn’t have lots of stock sitting around in warehouses, the website claims this is a more sustainable (and cost-efficient) way to make furniture. But, it can also mean there is a bit of a wait for your item to be delivered. 
Browse the collection here.West ElmThis Brooklyn-based brand might be towards the pricier end of the spectrum, but boy is it delightful. There are only three West Elm stores in the UK – all in and around London, which isn’t ideal for everyone. Alternatively some of the range is stocked in John Lewis. We particularly love this asymmetrical wall mirror (£349).
Browse the collection here. Everything But The DogEBTD has its showroom in Walthamstow, East London. It is also home to the much-Instagrammed dog, Billy (hence the name). The shop is bursting with reclaimed, vintage and original pieces from circa 1950. We fancy sitting back in this millennial pink Bruno Mathsson swivel chair (was £710, now £568) which would make a statement in any living room.  
Browse the collection here.VinteriorVinterior is an online marketplace designed to make it easier to find and buy special, statement pieces. It all started when a woman called Sandrine got exasperated, spending too long searching for the perfect Scandi yellow chair in London. Now, the site sells furniture from more than 1600 dealers. You could browse all the loveliness from your seat at this mid-century Danish style teak desk (£465) if you wanted. 
Browse the collection now.Cult FurnitureCult Furniture’s warehouse in Essex is 140,000 square feet and you’re welcome to visit in person, if you like. That’s where you’ll find all their clearance items. If you can’t make it out there, just order your mid-century inspired piece, like this extremely lovely pink bar stool (£139), online. One negroni on the rocks, please!  
Buy it now.Rose and GreyRose and Grey started in 2008 as an online boutique, back before buying furniture online became such a thing. They do have a bricks and mortar showroom in Manchester, if you fancy visiting, but most of their business is done online. They do an especially good line of mid-century chairs, like this Jozef Chierowski one in sky blue, £475.
Browse the collection now. Elephant and MonkeyElephant and Monkey specialises in quirky vintage pieces from around the middle of the 20th century. It’s run by a mother-daughter business team, who originally had a shop in Cornwall, but now only operate online. Expect an irresistible range of homeware goodies, many of them extremely bright, including this retro kitchen cabinet straight from the 1950s (£155). 
Browse the collection now.Chase and SorensenThe Chase and Sorensen shop is located on Dalston Lane in East London, if you’re the type who likes to sit in a chair before you bring it home. They do a very nice range of mid-century Scandinavian furniture, including these matching olive green Danish chairs by Arne Vodder (£645). 
Browse the collection now.Related... My Mandoline Brings Me Meditative Joy In The Form Of Effortlessly Sliced Cucumber My Electric Blanket May Make Me Seem Like A Nana, But I Sleep Like A Baby My Lumie WakeUp Light Has Transformed My Mornings (And Evenings) We all work hard to earn our money – so it shouldn’t feel like hard work to spend it well. At HuffPost Finds we’ll help you find the best stuff that deserves your cash, from the ultimate lipstick to a durable iron to replace the one that broke (RIP). All our choices are completely independent but we may earn a small commission if you click a link and make a purchase. 
Related Stories
Latest News
Top news around the world
Coronavirus Disease

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus.

Most people infected with the COVID-19 virus will experience mild to moderate respiratory illness and recover without requiring special treatment. Older people, and those with underlying medical problems like cardiovascular disease, diabetes, chronic respiratory disease, and cancer are more likely to develop serious illness.

Around the World

Celebrity News

> Latest News in Media

Watch It
H.E.R Reveals Her Inspiring Message In ‘Fight For You’ From 'Judas and the Black Messiah’
March 06, 2021
Emerald Fennell & Olivia Wilde Have an Anti-Assholes Policy | Directors on Directors
March 06, 2021
'Agatha All Along' and More: 'WandaVision' Songwriting Duo Breaks Down the Music of the Show
March 05, 2021
Inside Megan Fox & MGK's Double Date With Avril Lavigne & Mod Sun
March 06, 2021
Katy Perry & Orlando Bloom's Family Beach Day in Hawaii
March 06, 2021
"Ginny & Georgia": Antonia Gentry Speaks Out After Taylor Swift Joke
March 06, 2021
Kevin Connolly Gets Pissed After Car's Towed in Parking Tiff with Florist | TMZ
March 05, 2021
Chris Harrison, Michael Eric Dyson Tackled Racism in Blunt Meeting | TMZ
March 05, 2021
Timothy V. Murphy Says Sorry CDC, Party's On for St. Patrick's Day | TMZ
March 05, 2021
Jen Shah's designer accuses the 'RHOSLC' star of verbal abuse | Page Six Celebrity News
March 05, 2021
Terrell Owens wants to wine and dine Olivia Munn | Page Six Celebrity News
March 05, 2021
Gen Z tries to cancel ‘offensive’ Eminem but millennials push back | Page Six Celebrity News
March 05, 2021
TV Schedule
Late Night Show
Watch the latest shows of U.S. top comedians


Latest sport results, news, videos, interviews and comments
Find us on Instagram
at @feedimo to stay up to date with the latest.
Featured Video You Might Like
zWJ3MxW_HWA L1eLanNeZKg i1XRgbyUtOo -g9Qziqbif8 0vmRhiLHE2U JFCZUoa6MYE UfN5PCF5EUo 2PV55f3-UAg W3y9zuI_F64 -7qCxIccihU pQ9gcOoH9R8 g5MRDEXRk4k
Copyright © 2020 Feedimo. All Rights Reserved.