From current creations in the spirit of midcentury modern style to period-authentic collectibles, find fun retro pieces—some even edible!—for around your home. Here are our favorites from around the web:
If you’re missing Palm Springs after returning home from Modernism Week there, artist Danny Heller‘s work can help remind you of the architecture and locale you love. His work features midcentury modern architecture and scenes, such as this painting, called Pool Day.
The contemporary reproduction of Ray and Charles Eames’ Hang It All model gets a multi-colored twist. The fun colors are perfect for jazzing up an entryway or kids’ rooms.
We happily stumbled upon this fantastically fun blog featuring midcentury recipes, acknowledging this stage of our culinary history, and providing yet another way for you to experience the era you love. Treat your tastebuds to this Orange Peach Freeze from a 1952 recipe.
Enjoy your period-authentic Orange Peach Freeze in these vintage amber glasses.
This geometric brass wall sculpture, available here, is right at home with the clean lines of midcentury style.
The concentric design of this dining table is great for packing modernist style into a small space. It is a reproduction of the original 1957 Noguchi table design and is available here.
If you want a new set of curtains or are dreaming of reupholstering your dining set, shop retro-patterned fabric here for your textile needs.