What would be in your top 10 list for reference books on mid century American furniture (i.e., Eames, Knoll, Nelson, etc.)? I would like to build a small collection. Thanks.
I bought a Florence Knoll credenza with Pandanus cloth sliding doors. An "interior decorator" replaced the original legs with cast brass legs and also may have added a tinted finish.
I have an unmarked credenza (the teak/bronze credenza in the photos) which I hope is a Florence Knoll piece. Most Knoll credenzas have a "thick" metal base.
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I'm resurrecting this thread because I had the same problem — I needed a tripod base to convert a pendant lamp into a
Thanks, minimoma. The USM Haller doesn't have the anti-tip safety feature you mentioned. It was designed pre-OSHA.
I purchased this USM Haller cabinet for my bathroom and moved the drawer from the bottom to the top to give it less o
I love the kitchen floor, Lief. Is it honed gray slate, or is it a porcelain tile? Source?
I bought a C.
Thanks for the verification, Charlie.
It's beautiful. Thanks for the info, Charlie. Now I want to redo the legs with 3/4" tube.
This seems to be Model 116 — which is a taller (31") sideboard rather than a shorter (25"-29") credenza.