There’s so much to love about midcentury modern furniture. From the sleek taper of a Saarinen tulip table to the smooth curves of a molded-plastic Eames chair, the look of modernist furniture is absolutely enviable. The price, on the other hand, not so much. So how do you get that look you covet without going into debt? Check out these 6 atomic lookalikes of iconic midcentury pieces.
Nothing beats that classic Bertoia wire chair look. The seat of this Bertoia Style Diamond Chair is not quite the same, but for only $119, your wallet will forgive you.
Who doesn’t want an arc lamp in their living room? The scoop on this Bellina Arc Floor Lamp may be steep, but at $195, the price, on the other hand, is not!
The famous Noguchi table is a staple for any atomic living room. Of course, if you want to afford a couch, too, try this Tribeca Coffee Table for just $349. (Now, all you have to do is find an affordable cup of coffee to go with it!)
A beautiful Eames molded plastic rocker is a great addition to any MCM ranch, so get a similar look with this Modern Rocking Chair, available in 8 colors from $114.99 to $124.99.
There’s something about gathering around a Saarinen tulip table that makes a midcentury dining room complete. At only $179, the famed DOCKSTA table from Ikea is a close second that will ensure you can still afford to put food on top of it.
With a beautiful tapered leg, sharp arms and perfectly puckered tufts, the classic look of the Florence Knoll sofa is often imitated. For a solid replica, try out the Peggy Midcentury Sofa from West Elm for anywhere between $1,099 to $1,799 (depending on what fabrics, size and colors you want).