Good furniture can take a few miles. But what about a few zillion? Milo Baughman Furniture was designed to defy aging… And the surprise? It succeeds.
A serious advocate of Modernism, Milo Baughman joined forces with fellow designer Thayer Coggin beginning in 1953. The result of their union was major moments in velvet, chrome, and burl wood. But what most endures about Milo Baughman pieces is their marriage of luxe livability and glam sensibility. It’s a combination that’s, well, timeless.