Mercedes CorbellMidcentury Dining Room, San Francisco
What Houzz contributors are saying:
You: Love classic midcentury modern designYour storage: A vintage pieceThe 1960s and '70s were fabulous times for major furniture manufacturers to invest in modernist designers and produce collections that are still highly regarded today. For example, there's the Brasilia by Broyhill, the Declaration by Drexel and Haywood Wakefields to keep an eye out for. They are relatively easy to find on eBay or through dealers and will only grow in value over time.