A cruise through the 4,000-square-foot store might reveal midcentury treasures like a Percival Lafer Brazilian modern lounge chair, George Nelson credenza or Grundig stereo. Owners Joe and Jennifer Eggleston believe in great organic form, whether it’s vintage or new – but not that overdone modernism, thank you very much, which Joe calls “weirdness without function.” Most of the pieces are from the 1950s and ’60s, including seating, tabletop and pendant lighting, credenzas and desks, dining and occasional tables, and accessories. The store also features exclusive American-modern lines, Gus* Modern furniture and Bend seating.
Many pieces in the showroom are showcased online. While you’re on the website, you can get a great cursory education on modern furniture and designers via the blog, written by Jennifer’s mother, Dana.