Midcentury modern design was heavily focused on bold accents, especially with light fixtures. Featuring unusual shapes, colors, textures and exposed sockets, light fixtures came to be of central importance to design of this era. Our Socket-To-Me Chandelier embodies these aesthetics with just the right amount of Pop Art color in its bright red hue to add that extra oomph to your space.
To build upon the topic of the midcentury modern design movement we introduced in our October newsletter, our next four blog posts will feature pieces from this era that can be purchased in our shop and on our website. Marcel Breuer designed the Wassily Chair, also known as the Model B3 Chair, in 1925.