Enjoy articles focusing on furniture styles from antique to mid-century modern found in the living room, bedroom and throughout the house. You'll find the work of Stickley, Wegner, Nakashima, Eames and many other furniture makers.
Trace the lineage of Arts & Crafts furniture and you soon discover there's more at work than a universal label can handle. It exhibits a multitude of international influences reflecting a philosophy rather than an easily defined design style.
Colorful, campy and oodles of fun, Mid-Century kitsch, from spaghetti poodles to bluebird-themed housewares, is more popular than ever. Yasmina Greco explains the importance of looking back while moving forward.
Hans Jorgen Wegner was the grandmaster of mid-century Danish chair design. Throughout his career Wegner designed roughly 500 chairs. Many of his classic creations, like the Ox chair, remain in production.
Complimentary antique appraisals (for entertainment purposes only) from the Antique Trader staff of appraisers is a service reserved exclusively for Antique Trader magazine subscribers. But that doesn't mean you can't learn from recent appraisals.