We spend our days scouring the Marketplace for gems you can’t find anywhere else. Buy and sell with over 200,000 neighbors that love quality home furnishings and good design.
Who can resist one-stop shopping? Los Angeles-based seller Nate Dusaban has a corner stocked with home essentials and some of our favorite mid-century modern designers, just for a much better price than we’re used to seeing.
Herman Miller has maintained continuous popularity for a reason: high-quality construction combined with sleek and simple designs make for some seriously coveted pieces. The Herman Miller Everywhere Table has all the benefits of a solid workspace with the flexibility (aka, mobility) of a piece on casters. And while it retails for $520, smart shoppers can snag it from Nate for a cool $380.
Other Mid-Century Designers
The name Herman Miller may catch your eye at first, but three other well-known designers are making bold appearances in this corner. This dynamic duo of chairs from Verner Panton ($240 each) are worth a second look: the black and red provide a beautiful contrast, made only more appealing due to the fact that they’re over 30% off the retail price. Seen in the main image, the Laccio side table by Marcel Breuer for Knoll ($400) is a great combination of sleek chrome and steel, and is listed for $200 off what you’d pay on the Knoll or Design Within Reach site. Lane Furniture is another coveted mid-century designer, and this cedar chest ($200) would be a warm and classic addition to any room.
More Home Essentials
We’re rounding out the deals with some key furniture pieces for your home. The cool, geometric lines make the modern coffee table pictured above a great contemporary choice ($110), and have been marked down from the original retail price of $189. All rooms need different textures; $250 for a 100% natural cowhide rug is a tough deal to beat, and the sharp edges of this Italian side table ($150) are a definite standout. And for those who can’t get past those mid-century modern deals, this pair of upholstered chairs ($140) ought to do the trick.