We specialize in Mid Century Furniture. We import directly from Europe New containers arrive every 10 - 12 weeks. We ship!
Isn’t it just perfect? Those beautiful V shaped legs, the smooth clean lines, the functionality of those drawers. This piece right here is perfect. Whether you want it as a dresser or as a credenza. It can go in your living room as easy as it can go in your bedroom. It will go perfect with your television, your plants, your art. No matter what, it is the perfect piece that will bring your whole room together. And every time you see it sitting there, you will sigh that sigh that only complete satisfaction can bring.
You can get it here >>> http://bit.ly/2zCLx4A for only $995
We are officially moved in and ready for business!!!
I think there is nothing better than being able to feel a soft warm carpet underneath your feet after a long, cold, tiring day. And it’s even better when you are surrounded by art and furniture that you love.
Celebrate with us this momentous occasion and receive 20% OFF any Credenza On-Line or In-Store!
So excited for this Big Move!!! And in Honor of our move we are going to be having One Day Sales From NOW until November 1st!
Irving Harper: A Mid-Century Mind at Play - Rye Arts Center Rye, NY
Seeing something so beautiful in the morning, definitely makes my day.
Dreams are coming true! 2,000 more sq ft and more mid century pieces to come!
We are lucky to have eight wonderful examples of Marianne’s work at RetroPassion21.
She is a great neighbor and amazing collector of MCM style. Her work has add added a warmth and excitement to our shop and would be a show stopper in your living room with your MCM decor. Please call or respond via pm with inquires.“
About MarianneB van der Haar:
I was born in northern Germany and lived most of my younger years in The Netherlands. During the early 1980’s, I lived four years in Tanzania, East Africa, before returning to The Netherlands once again for a career in interior design. In 1993, I moved to Atlanta, where I started painting in 1995 while taking a sabbatical from interior design. When I picked up the paints, my future just came to me and exploded – my love of bringing layers upon layers of acrylic paint together with mixed other media while working on composing a canvas. My supply cabinet has expanded over the years to include other materials such as ink, sand, copper powder, marble powder, firewood ashes and textiles. Every time I work with my tools of choice - brushes, plastic cards, my fingers, scrapers, pallet knives - to bring the soft creamy acrylic paint onto the canvas, and the result is always a pleasant surprise.”
“I have always had a profound passion for the diversity of people and the stories that form their being. I believe that traveling and living in other countries, and engaging with other nationalities forms connections with others and helps explaining who we are. A degree in interior design in Europe honed my understanding of imagery, color and balance, which are powerful tools to express my cross-culture experiences.”
My paintings are abstract. I find nothing more challenging than an empty canvas, and using my fingers, plastic cards and pallet knife to produce a painting with varying textures in acrylic, charcoal, fiber and oil.“