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BEAUTIFY YOUR INTERIORS WITH VINTAGE BAKER FURNITURE COMPANY COFFEE TABLES

When you consider that Baker Furniture is one of the few furniture companies founded in the early 20th century that’s still operating today, there’s no question that Baker coffee tables are among some of the century’s most eminent. Throughout the 20th century, Baker worked primarily in the Hollywood Regency aesthetic, producing impeccable tables that still feel timeless in modern-day interiors. Today, Baker chinoiserie coffee tables produced during the 1960s and 70s are among their most sought-after designs. Look for Baker chinoiserie coffee tables featuring bamboo, lattice-style legs topped with scallop-edged glass tops as well as low, Ming-inspired wood coffee tables to add an element of sophistication to any interior. The brand also produced numerous octagonal tables embellished with traditional style chinoiserie scenes, with some even featuring glass insets bordered by illustrious brass. Baker faux bamboo coffee tables make the perfect complement to Regency-era slipper chairs as well as more traditional Mid-Century Modern designs. Use them to break up the hard angles that were hallmarks of other Mid-Century makers like Edward Wormley, Harvey Probber, and Tommi Parzinger. Another iconic vintage Baker coffee table design is their campaign butler’s table. Inspired by Chippendale design, this table can assume a square or circular formation. Drop leaves attached with exposed brass hardware adorn each side of the table, providing a classic campaign aesthetic. Use it in conjunction with traditional decor, or pair it with Mid-Century design to cue up an eclectic atmosphere.