one of my absolute favorite online shops for mid-century finds is MCMF, based out of san francisco. i remember when this site first popped up and i just about died. the site is updated regularly, and the pieces are all reasonably priced. my favorite part is how unique their finds are – there isn’t one thing in their shop right now that i don’t want! check out their full collection, and check it often, here.
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some of you may recall my obsession with dansk enamelware from the 1950′s. much to my delight, they are being re-released in all their original glory! according to apartment therapy, they will be available at crate + barrel in red, white, and blue enamel – and yes, they still have the wood handles! i know i’ll be stocking up on all the white pieces, but for all the other colors, i think i’ll be sticking to vintage. for those of you who want to start your collection, or add to your existing one, here is a round up of some of my favorites for sale.
the mountain man and i have been building a collection of teak pieces since we started living together, and estate sales in salt lake city have treated our little collection well. from animal figures to cheese platters, to candle holders and bowls – there is a whole lot of teak in our house, and i love it. here are some of my favorite recent teak finds, available on etsy. snatch ‘em up quick!
hindsvik is one of my favorite etsy shops, and i regularly drool over everything they have available. if you’re in the market for mid-century pieces, always check here first. their collection is fantastic, their items are pristine, and their story is adorable. happy shopping!