• Mid-century Modern


Hans Wegner Lounge Chairs
@ Regan & Smith Antiques

from a modern home furnished in 1960, this pair of classic danish teak lounge chairs by Hans Wegner are in mint condition - beautiful details and very comfortable. see them at Regan & Smith Antiques, 601 Warren Street, Hudson, NY

recent additions @ Regan & Smith Antiques

some new finds at Regan & Smith include a 1950's classic modern Paul McCobb ebonized cabinet with grasscloth doors - a rare 1970's Italian chrome light fixture by Max Sauze for Sciolari - and a set of four vintage 1960 rosewood chairs by Hans Brattrud in mint condition..... new inventory...

Pretty in Black

At Skalar Modern, a chandelier made from Stilnovo-style Italian light fixtures, from the 1950s.

New Look at Arenskjold Antiques

Arenskjold Antiques is undergoing major renovation and will have a whole new look within the next week. Stop by and check it out at 605 Warren Street, Hudson, NY. Hudson's the happening place.

Sleek and Modern at Skalar

 Large, white 1960s/70s leather lamp by George Kovacs.

The Arenskjolds waiting for customers (and they came, in spite of the cold)

It's cold in Hudson, but no snow so far, just crisp sunny days, great winter. Come and visit Arenskjold Antiques at 605 Warren Street.

Green Leather Club Chairs

How about a cosy pair of green leather club chairs, Danish Modern, 1950's, for your study, library, or living room? Small scale, so great for an apartment. $2,300 at Arenskjold Antiques, 605 Warren Street.

Hey, Arenskjold is in the New York Times!

Check out the vintage chair from Arenskjold's in Thursday's NY Times, Home Section Arenskjold's - a great place for 1960's Danish Modern leather furniture

Cosy Armchairs

These have to be the cosiest armchairs. Pair of Danish Modern Chairs with fat corduroy pillows, and oak frames with leather straps, 1960's. $2,200. In our cellar at Arenskjold Antiques, 605 Warren Street, part of our new shipment.

Ceramic Display at Arenskjold Antiques

Pottery from various Danish factories, including Kaehler, Ibsen, and Royal Copenhagen.


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