California Modern and Beyond
April 2012 Filed in: History Lessons
Glenn of California was at the forefront of a new California modernist design movement in the 1940's and the 1950's. The most significant impact on Glenn's development was the designer Milo Baughman.
GLENN OF CALIFORNIA AND MILO BAUGHMAN
Glenn of California was at the forefront of a new California modernist design movement in the 1940's and the 1950's. The most significant impact on Glenn's development was the designer
. Along with Greta Magnussan Grossman, Baughman created the "California Modern" collection in 1948 for Glenn of California. Using walnut, iron, and formica, they created a distinctive Los Angeles style.
This exceptional table is 48" round with pedestal base when closed. There are three leaves that are each 20" wide. We have pictured the table above with one leaf. The vintage four chairs and two end chairs were created by Nemschoff Chairs in Sheboygan, Wisonsin in the 1960's.
GLENN OF CALIFORNIA CREDENZA
This pristine credenza has a moveable cabinet on the top. The doors are made with solid teak and woven rattan faces. A modular unit like this adds plenty of stylish storage to a living or dining room.
Perspective Desk by Drexel made in North Carolina, designed by Milo Baughman. Primavera wood, copper finger pulls, rosewood drawer pulls.
Henredon dresser made in North Carolina
Rosewood two tier hutch with sliding glass doors.
Two end chairs by Nemschoff of Wisconsin.
Vintage perforated leather swivel chair.
Vintage lamp with new shade and coral vases. Vases are available in different hues, shapes, and styles starting at $28.00.