Mid-Century Modern Credenzas and Sideboards

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There’s no better way to vivify your living room, entry, or dining room than anchoring it with a Mid-Century credenza. If you’re on the hunt for a Mid-Century Modern credenza, you’ve come to the right place! Here at Chairish, we work to curate an unrivaled selection of Mid-Century credenzas sourced from top-tier vintage dealers located all over the U.S. Whether you’re looking for a credenza from a specific maker like Edward Wormley or Tommi Parzinger, or you have a more general goal like a Danish Modern credenza or a brass MCM credenza in mind, you’re sure to find something that fits the bill here at Chairish.

Make Way for Mid-Century Modern Credenzas on Chairish

At Chairsh, you can discover everything classic teak designs from makers like Arne Vodder and Ib Kofod-Larsen, as well as designs rendered in less common woods like rosewood. Those looking to install a vintage Mid-Century Modern credenza in an office may want to browse our collection of credenzas that were specifically created for the task, such as George Nelson’s sideboard designs for Herman Miller. More interested in stand-out style? Look for blocky Postmodern pieces fabricated from luxurious materials like lacquer, brass, shagreen, grasscloth, burlwood, Lucite, and more. Milo Baughman and Karl Springer Mid-Century buffets are ideal for bridging the gap between Mid-Century Modern and Postmodern style. Use their attention-getting pieces to lend a sculptural effect to any room that may feel a bit one-dimensional. There’s also no shortage of options for those vying for Hollywood Regency style. Shop MCM credenzas showcasing Chinoiserie style, including classic bamboo-embellished credenzas from makers like Henry Link, Dixie, and Thomasville.