VINTAGE: Here's a lovely high-back diamond (Bird) chair and ottoman in a textured aquamarine boucle' fabric by sculptor Harry Bertoia for Knoll. If you've never sat in one of these, you're in for a treat. Super, super comfortable. This set came from a Point Loma estate and was rarely used. $2,995.-
Rare Nelson Sofa
VINTAGE: Crazy amazing sofa from the mid 1950's by George Nelson for Herman Miller. It consists of modular elements, steel frame and three individual folding, upholstered chairs which fit into the frame or can be used as low seating separately. It came from the estate of Peggy Matthews who was the Midwest editor of Mademoiselle magazine back in the fifties. It measures 6' in length. $3,995.-
Jens Risom Sofa
VINTAGE: Dramatic and super comfortable, this beautiful sofa designed by Jens Risom. It's all original in a medium light wool tweed and the cushions are down filled! The legs are solid walnut. The sofa was purchased around 1968 in Los Angeles at the Jens Risom showroom in Beverly Hills. It measures an impressive 109". (This piece is currently located in North County and is being sold by the original owners. Please let me know if you could be interested and I'll put you in contact with them.)
Stunning High Back Chairs
VINTAGE: A stunning pair of high back lounge chairs with exposed ash and sculptural aluminum framing. Just masterfully upholstered in killer nubby grey tweed fabric. Beautiful from all angles. $2,475.- for the pair.
Paul Laszlo Style Easy Chair
VINTAGE: Super unusual chair from the 1950's, newly upholstered in a pumpkin tweed. Great design in the manor of Paul Laszlo and super comfortable. $945.-
Baughman Scoop Chair
VINTAGE: I am a huge fan of these early 1950's scoop chairs by California designer Milo Baughman for Thayer-Coggin. It has been thoroughly gone through with new innards and appropriate upholstery by my expert upholsterer. $1,975.-
Thayer Cogggin Sofa
VINTAGE: Designed by California designer, Milo Baughman and produced by Thayer Coggin in the late 1960's. Tuxedo style with removable cushions...at 85", long enough to sleep on when the back cushions are removed. Expertly reupholstered in a lovely warm grey brown and perched upon four simple walnut legs. $3,295-
Charles Pollock Sling Chair
VINTAGE: Designed in 1960 by Charles Pollock for Knoll and manufactured from 1964-79, the steel and leather ‘sling chair’ offers a refined combination of materials and finishes. Tubular steel legs connect to cast-aluminum arms and stretchers with exposed hardware, exemplifying Pollock’s simple design approach. $895.-
Cherner Bar Stools
VINTAGE: From a classy local estate comes six beautiful Norman Cherner bar stools. Two in all black and four in walnut with black legs. These date from about 10 years ago and are lightly used but with fabulous, rich patina. The seats measure 28". $495.- each NOTE: the 4 walnut stools have sold but the 2 all black are still available.
Cassina lc8 Stool
NEW: The LC8 Swivel Stool (1928) evolved from one of a number of experiments, including an attempt to fashion a chair by wrapping inner tubes from tires around a steel frame. As the Le Corbusier group along with Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeanneret refined such trials, sensuous solutions took form. LC8 consists of a round, thickly padded seat fitted on top of a curving claw-like base of tubular steel that resolves in a swivel mechanism, giving the seat pad a buoyant look. Each piece is signed and numbered and, as a product of Cassina’s Masters Collection, is manufactured by Cassina under exclusive worldwide license from the Le Corbusier Foundation. Made in Italy. This item was purchased several years ago but never used. Priced below other retailers at $1,295-
Set of four Eames Stacking chairs
VINTAGE: We have two sets of four Eames stacking fiberglass side chairs in great colors. Great vintage condition! $1,100.- set
VERY High Back Easy Chair
VINTAGE: A really, really high back easy chair by Adrian Pearsall for Craft Associates of California circa mid-1960’s. It features his signature ebonized sculptural base and two-toned seating. $995.-
Classic Eames Lounge and Ottoman
NEW: From Herman Miller the original and authentic classic! In continuous production since it was first introduced in 1956! Available in walnut, ash or Santos palisander with a choice of leathers. You know you have always wanted one! Prices starting at $5,295.- for walnut and standard leather. Add $200.- for extended height. (Boomerang customers get discounts off these standardized prices) *We often have beautiful vintage examples for sale as well. Keep an eye on the website.
Pair Early Dux Armchairs
VINTAGE: Here’s a pretty pair of Folke Ohlsson easy chairs for Dux of Sweden…circa very early fifties. The frames are sturdy “fumed oak” and the cushions have appropriate new fabric. Super comfy and appealing to the eye from all angles. $1,175.- for the pair.
Ralph Rapson Rockers
NEW: Just beautiful, honest and simple. Ralph Rapson’s “Greenbelt” rockers designed in 1945 produced by Rapson inc. The lowback in solid black walnut or maple and cotton webbing. From $1,695.- The highback in solid black walnut or maple with cotton webbing. From $1,850.-
Eames Aluminum Group Chair and Ottoman
NEW: Designed in 1956 and still in production by Herman Miller. This one pictured in burnt orange has sold but the pair are also available in many other fabrics or leathers. Just a stunning set with comfort to match the great looks. $3,650.- in this configuration.
Hans Wegner Rocker
VINTAGE: Designed in 1944 by Hans Wegner is this J-16 rocking chair for Kvist Mobler of Denmark. It was just brought in by the original owners who purchased it at Scan Furniture in San Diego thirty years ago. It is in great condition and the rush seat and Beechwood frame are just beautiful. I Can’t find it for any less than $2,450.00 out there in the ether. This one, we’re selling for $995.-
Norman Cherner Armchair
NEW: Designed by Norman Cherner in 1958 for Plycraft and currently made by his son’s company “Cherner Chair”. The chair is available in various woods and finishes. This one is their classic walnut. $1,345.-
Eames/Saarinen Organic Chair
NEW: Originally designed in 1940 for the New York Museum of Modern Art’s “Organic Furniture” competition but never produced – until now. A beautiful authorized first-issue by Vitra is available in a variety of fabrics. Extremely comfortable. High back and low back versions are available in many fabrics. $2,875.-