In the second half of the 20th century, Florence Knoll, Charles and Ray Eames, and Milo Baughman created furniture designs that helped define the mid-century modern era of American furniture. Their sculptural designs, intentionally created to be viewed from all sides, had backs that were just as attention grabbing as their fronts and sides. With sleek modern lines, stunning silhouettes and tapered forms, Knoll, Eames and Baughman ushered in a new vocabulary in interiors and a new era for home furnishings.
At Thayer Coggin, we're proud to produce the innovative furniture that Milo Baughman envisioned. Our Milo Baughman Collection is made by hand by master craftspeople working in the same studios that have produced these classic designs for the last 60 years.
We strive to create classic, modern furniture that will stand the test of time - custom and made-to-order upholstery that's built to last. This spring we are proud to introduce several new furniture designs from mid-century modern pioneer, Milo Baughman, as well as items from design director and Baughman protege, Guy Hill and designer Ransom Culler.
by Milo Baughman and Guy Hill