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There's a huge conflict between collecting mid-century modern furniture and collecting everything else. Collections tend to spread out all over the place, but this furniture says, 'not on me you don't!' Serious collectors have a very difficult time giving furniture like this the room it needs. Vintage retro collectible furniture from 'Pushy Furniture' at the web's largest private collection of antiques & collectibles: http://www.ericwrobbel.com/collections/furniture-1.htm

There’s a huge conflict between collecting mid-century modern furniture and collecting everything else. Collections tend to spread out all over the place, but this furniture says, “not on me you don’t!” Pushy. As in assertive, bossy. (Just who’s paying the mortgage around here anyway?) I have a very difficult time giving this furniture the room it needs. This kidney-shaped sofa set is untagged so the maker is unknown.


The Herman Miller Coconut Chair from 1955 designed by George Nelson Associates. As pleasurable to sit in as it is to look at. All of the George Nelson things I have accumulated share a most interesting quality--they somehow seem more satisfying every time I look at them. Vintage mid-century retro collectibles from 'Pushy Furniture' at the web's largest private collection of antiques & collectibles: http://www.ericwrobbel.com/collections/furniture-1.htm

The Herman Miller Coconut Chair from 1955 designed by George Nelson Associates. As pleasurable to sit in as it is to look at. All of the George Nelson things I have accumulated share a most interesting quality: They somehow seem more satisfying every time I look at them.