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MHD Interior Designer Network
Design is an online furniture company specializing in mid-century modernist
replicas. Their Eames Lounge chair is a hit, and they also offer other
mainstream items like Noguchi tables and Arco lamps. Designer furniture for
less, and well made.
industry is packed with websites trying to convince you that their
reproductions are as good as the original, but sometimes they deviate a little,
and this is not always a bad thing. MHD goes both ways in this regard, but here
are 5 renditions that speak a little more about their particular creativity.
Suggested Item: Eames Rocking chair
This is a very
simple replica of the Eames rocking chair, an offset of the very common dining
chair shape with a moving wooden base underneath. The company acknowledges
their inspiration but brings you an affordable product that seems like a total
bang for your buck.
Suggested Item: Bear Lounge chair
This one is
inspired by Hans Wegner and it looks great. The upholstery is 100% cotton and
foaming, and the base is top-quality wood. It follows the original design all
the way to the handles on the ottoman, so you can tell they know their stuff,
even if the name’s not branded.
Suggested Item: Glove Leather lounge Chair
These are two very
different replicas of the Egg chair by Arne Jacobsen. The first one is whole
black leather with an added ottoman (hence the price), while the second is a
cheaper rendition in Polyblend. They’re also advertising another “Egg chair”
with the same price as the Skien but in red upholstery.
Suggested Item: Swan Chair
design. The first one is your regular Swan chair, you can see that the spaces
between the back and the armrests are narrower, a really true-to-design replica.
The Pori array of chairs seem to follow the same concept, but they’re a little
bigger and made of (obviously) a more expensive material.
Available in a
wide variety of colors, this is the work of a lesser-known genius, Finn Juhl.
It has a very contemporary vibe to it, and it really doesn’t look like a
reproduction. The company is playing a little with the different configurations
but they don’t subtract any elements from the original design, so you can get
the equivalent of a true No. 45 chair fit to your own style. How great is that?