All roads lead to Lane. Unpretentiously bold—daringly detailed—Lane Furniture is nothing short of a Mid-Century icon in our book.
Red cedar chests were the ultimate prep-step for Lane Furniture, who began making furniture in 1912, but didn’t move to tables and case goods until 1956. The following decades defined Lane, as they rolled out pieces that featured marvelous details like mosaic fronts, aerodynamic forms, and burnished burl woods. In comparison, Lane Furniture pieces are reminiscent of Broyhill Brasilia—a touch futuristic; occasionally artistic—but also firmly grounded in the nostalgic, golden-wooded warmth of the Mid-Century home.