Mid-Century Modern China and Display Cabinets

New, Vintage and Antique Mid-Century Modern China and Display Cabinets

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Mid-Century Modern China and Display Cabinets

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Whether you’re looking for an organizational piece to add function and style to a retro dining room, or you’re on the hunt for a unique way to create a living room listening media center, there’s no better piece for the job than a Mid-Century Modern china cabinet. If you’re on the hunt for a Mid-Century china cabinet, you’ve come to the right place. Here at Chairish, we carry hundreds of Mid-Century display cabinets that are in stock and ready to ship today!

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Shop with Chairish to discover a Mid-Century hutch from a maker like Broyhill, Martinsville of America, Lane, or Kent Coffey that's perfect for lending a room an atomic aesthetic. You can also shop for vintage cabinets from collections like Lane Furniture’s 1970s “Rhythm” line, which includes a Mid-Century china cabinet with caned door details. Another iconic Mid-Century china cabinet design often available here on Chairish is Broyhill’s “Brasilia” hutch. These hutches can be procured in a variety of configurations but as a rule, feature the line’s iconic soaring swoop inspired by the architecture of Brazil’s capital city of Brasilia. Like many other modern china cabinets, the Brasilia hutches do not feature glass, which makes them prime candidates for uses other than displaying. Use one to act as a room divider in a studio or loft apartment. Alternatively, fashion one as a media center. Use open shelving to display a record player or speakers and employ the storage above to stow records and other retro memorabilia. On the hunt for something more luxurious? Look for Mid-Century china cabinets from makers like Pace, Mastercraft, Henredon, Paul Evans, Charles Hollis Jones, and American