ADD INTERIOR INTRIGUE WITH MID-CENTURY MODERN CHINA AND DISPLAY CABINETS
Whether you’re looking to add ballast to a dining room or living room, or you’re on the hunt for a shelving unit that can double as a room divider, Mid-Century Modern china and display cabinets are inspired options. Although china cabinets date back to the 17th century, applying the Mid-Century aesthetic to the form resulted in an entirely new genre of furniture. Mid-Century Modern hutches are versatile, statement-making pieces that can be used in almost any corner of the home.
Discover Mid-Century Modern Hutches From Beloved 20th Century Makers
If you’re looking for the most classic iteration of a Mid-Century Modern glass display cabinet, consider narrowing your search to designs by Mid-Century icons like Kent Coffey, Henredon, or Kipp Stewart. All of these makers created dark wood Mid-Century Modern hutches featuring an open shelving unit placed atop a credenza-like base. For china cabinets featuring sculptural flourishes, look for Kent Coffey’s Perspecta line and Broyhill’s Brasilia hutch. Henredon was known for creating campaign-style hutches (look for their Scene One line), similar to Bernhardt, who produced some of the era’s most striking Hollywood Regency-inspired hutches.
Should your preferences run more in the direction of luxury cabinets, condense your search to vintage china cabinets by designers like Mastercraft, the Design Institute of America, and Milo Baughman for Thayer Coggin. All of these makers produced massive yet sleek cabinets comprised of high-sheen materials like brass, chrome, mirror, or burlwood. Source these incredibly glamorous cabinets to add allure to any formal dining room or living room with a modern bent.
Find the Exact Mid-Century Modern China Cabinet You're Looking For
Shopping for Mid-Century Modern china and display cabinets on Chairish makes it easy to compare designs from different eras and designers all in one place. Check out our Pink Book to see what similar Mid-Century hutches have sold for, or make an offer on one of your favorites. You can also hunt for display cabinets that are in your area and are available for local pick-up or delivery.