Mid-Century Modern Armoires Wardrobes and Linen Presses

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When you need an armoire, but romantic, French provincial style isn’t your siren song, consider a Mid-Century Modern armoire. These boxy armoires pass on the arched tops and floral carvings that are a hallmark of most traditional linen presses, and instead showcase bold, architectural style that can dial up a modern mood in any room. Want a showpiece-grade armoire that can transform a room into a retro retreat? Try a Brutalist Mid-Century Modern wardrobe from a maker like Lane Furniture. Lane produced a number of Brutalist armoires in the 1970s as parts of their Pueblo and Staccato lines. Showcasing heavy, geometric relief work, these pieces feel like miniature art installations. Complement them with textured wallpaper or high-pile rugs to really drive home a period piece aesthetic. If you appreciate the look of decorative wood details, but Brutalist style is too harsh for your tastes, consider Mid-Century armoires featuring details like slatted wood doors, chevron inlays, or cane insets.

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Everyone from Paul McCobb to Guillerme Et Chambron created beautiful examples of decorative Mid-Century wardrobes. Broyhill Brasilia armoires, featuring the line’s iconic swoops, are another option if you crave more classic Atomic-style embellishment. For a sleeker look, try burl wood Mid-Century gentlemans’ wardrobes from makers like John Stuart and Century. Unadorned, rectangular silhouettes put specimen burl wood on full display to stunning effect. Many designers also partnered burl wood with Ming-style details to create distinctive Mid-Century armoires that would enhance any Hollywood Regency-style bedroom.