We are in love with Mid-Century furniture and it’s classic appeal.  Because of it’s sleek lines it blends perfectly with almost any other style of furniture.  It is all the rage with stylish online retailers (mentioning no names), but we can show you how to get the mid-century home office of your dreams…for less!

Our Inspiration:

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Mid-century furniture is know for it’s architectural lines that draw directly from the geometric styling of Modern Art.  Natural wood and texture mix beautifully with the angular design of these pieces.  Though this style is trending at the moment, we don’t think it is just a passing fad.  Mid-century furniture design is classic and will be always be relevant.

Several of our manufacturer’s have released mid-century collections, including Martin Home Furnishings.  Their Nuhaus Collection honors the clean aesthetic of Danish modern design.  It is constructed of hardwood solids and African Teakveneers in a Zanzibar finish.  We love how it pairs with the Metro Club Chair which is available in red, grey and black.  Together, the Nuhaus Writing Desk and Metro Club Chair, are over $300 less than similar products available from the aforementioned stylish online retailer.

The Nuhaus bookcase and lateral file are also great pieces to consider; and if you are looking for a more executive look, you have to see the beautiful kidney shaped desk available in this collection.

Available at McAleer’s

Nuhaus by Martin Furniture

Nuhaus Writing Desk $559, Sale $499

Metro Club Desk Chair $179, Sale $161

Metauro Desk Lamp $198, Sale $138

Nuhaus by Martin Furniture

Nuhaus Bookcase w/ doors $519, Sale $465

Elon Wood Base Chair $69, Sale $62

Nuhaus by Martin Furniture

Nuhaus Lateral File $429, Sale $379

See for yourself how the classic lines that Mid-Century modern furniture is known for can pair with the pieces in your home or office that you already love.  Getting a modern office can be easy with the help of McAleer’s.  Click Here to schedule an appointment with one of our in-house designers today.