Whether it’s the top of your Danish coffee table or the legs on your Adrian Pearsall sofa, midcentury modern style has an affinity for wood furniture. From teak to walnut, the color and grain of natural wood furniture was a thing to be treasured. In rooms full of atomic oranges and shocking patterns, a beautiful wood detail on an armchair might just be the final piece to round out your space. If you’re looking for the perfect bedside accessory or just need a little wooden touch in your living room, we’ve got the 5 wood furniture pieces to get that look you crave!


Arguable one of the most iconic pieces of midcentury furniture, the Eames Lounge and Ottoman need no real introduction. It has just enough of a wood veneer to give that sophisticated, natural look to any office or living room. If you can afford one, just buy one already!

Need something at the foot of your bed? Check. How about a piece to anchor your entryway? Check. This Midcentury Storage Bench from West Elm might be just what you need. Whether you’re using it to put on your shoes for the day or dropping your sunglasses on it when you get home, the timeless look of this bench fits pretty much everywhere.

Forget all the bells and whistles. This Magnolia Platform Bed from Dot & Bo might just be the only bed for the minimalist modernist. Pair it with an equally minimalist color palette of white and an accent color and you’ve got a bedroom worth dreaming in!


With a classic fluted table shape and trendy oak-finished top, this Wood and White Metal Leilani Tulip Dining Table might be the perfect midcentury hybrid to get that wood furniture fix in your home.