Holiday Greetings from Irwin Feld Design,

Where Mid Century Modern sparkles and shines.

From case pieces to lighting to seating galore,

Artwork and mirrors, accessories and more.

 

 

 Sparkle & Shine

 

 

Case Pieces, Lighting, Artwork & More

 

 

Majestic dining tables restored with love,

Spotlighted by sputnik chandeliers hanging from above.

A pedestal desk with a tripod base,

A sleek floor lamp with a shade of lace.


 

Majestic X Based Dining Table

 

 

 

Sputnik Chandelier

 

Pedestal Desk with a tripod Base

 

 

A Sleek Floor lamp with a shade of lace

 

Credenzas and dressers and beautiful chests,

Five thousand square feet of furnishings welcome our guests.

Versatile buffets with tapered legs and casters,

Timeless design created by masters.

 

Ebonized Entrancemaker credenza

 

 

Versatile Buffet with tapered legs and casters


Now Gibbings! Now Ponti! Now Wormley and Kagan.
On, Frankl! On, Seibel! On Ratkai and Baughman.
With Jere and Probber, Stuart, and Springer,

Longo and Sonneman et al, each one a winner.

 

T.H. Robsjohn gibbings credenza

 

edward wormley for dunbar desk

 

 

cerused table by paul frankl

 

 Ben seibel bookends

 

 daphne by george ratkai

 

 

 tiered urchin sculpture by jere

 

 

 pair of john stuart benches

 

 

dark brite by vincent longo

 

No need for the chimney, our door will do,

A magical kingdom is waiting for you.

With wishes for Holidays joyous and dear,

And health, happiness, peace & prosperity throughout the next year.

 

 

Have a wonderful Mid Century Holiday!

 

While it is Wordless Wednesday, I prefer to think of it as almost wordless, because although these images speak for themselves, I cannot refrain from just a bit of banter while I introduce, what I hope will become a weekly post, IFD Focus.

Today's premiere IFD Focus is on case pieces, a furniture classification with roots extending as far back as ancient Egypt.  While the materials, artistry, and construction of this integral classification have changed throughout history, its basic function remains the same: Storage.  And who doesn’t need more storage?

So without further ado, allow me to present some of the latest case pieces to arrive on our Gallery floor. All multifunctional, all beautifully refinished, all built to stand the test of time by our Greatest Generation and all are testaments to the enduring beauty and functionality of Mid Century Design.

 

 

Sculptural Walnut Credenza

 

 

 

Beautifully Detailed with Brass Standoffs and plentiful storage

 

 

 

 

 

TH Robsjohn Gibbings Cabinet

 

Classic original Gibbings doorknocker hardware on the doors 

and two shelves inside for abundant storage

 

 

brown cerused mahogany bow front dresser with 3 deep drawers

 

 

 

The piece is flared and each drawer has an "v" shape.

The dresser sits on polished brass conical legs

 

Continental 12 Drawer Mid Century Dresser/Credenza

 

Generously proportioned for use in a bedroom or dining room with 12 drawers for ample storage. Each drawer has an incredible handle and backplate, all newly re-plated in nickel. foot sabot detail

 

Mid Century Walnut Dresser

 

3 drawers in center with polished nickel hardware are flanked by 3 drawers on each side with self pulls. Dresser sits on a floating base.

 

 

Mid Century Modern 4 Door Credenza

the perfect piece to go under a flat screen TV.  The center opens to reveal a single shelf, perfect for media equipment; the left side has one shelf and the right side has 3 small drawers

set upon an open platform

 

 

 

 

TH Robsjohn Gibbings Credenza

A center cabinet with cast gargoyle heads is flanked by 3 drawer cabinets with coordinating cast hardware. This rare piece sits on a raised platform with mild Asian influence stretchers.

 

Whatever the function, wherever the room, there is a case piece that will accommodate  your needs. The Mid Century Modern genre offers an array of styles that will blend seamlessly in a variety of design formats, affording you authentically unique decor.

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