We gathered a mix of small and large items from furniture to ephemera, but all are vintage, MCM, and from Black-owned businesses.
Chicago-based vintage shop An Orange Moon curates mainly vintage Mid Century Modern furniture with a special affection for Danish Modern. To read more, see our interview with co-owner Lynne McDaniel.
BLK MKT Vintage has a variety of vintage ephemera, records, and home goods. In their own words, their vision is “specializing in collectibles, cast-offs and curiosities, which represent the richness of Black history and lived experience.”
Made of a zebrawood frame the triangular seat is covered in vinyl while the back is Lucite. The set of four chairs is vintage from the 1970s. Visit Furnish Me Vintage on Chairish for more details.
Vintage Bitossi is already noteworthy, but Aldo Londi pieces are a special score. We love the bright, cheery colors and bulbous shape, great for storage. For more on this piece, visit The Shelfist LLC.
Each of these vintage MCM dressers actually has one drawer and only looks like it has two, making it great for storing more bulky items than many night stands. And the maple texture speaks for itself. For more, visit Embellish Antiques.
From the American Red Wing Pottery brand, this Mid Century Modern bowl is a delight to the eye with its mint color, ribbed texture, and sleek profile—perfect for display on a bookshelf or to put to use on a countertop. For more, visit The Dark Dish.
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