Milo Baughman, born in Kansas, said “Furniture that is too obviously designed is very interesting, but too often belongs only in museums.” Baughman is most known for his famous, Milo chair. Baughman’s pieces mixed functionality with modern designs based off of Mies Van der Rohe and Marcel Breuer. The Milo chair can be identified by its use of a metal frame, upholstered arms and a seat covered in leather or velvet. I just got my first set of Milo chairs into the store TODAY! They are a gold frame and upholstered in Black Velvet. Well, I’m obsessed. I think I might have to get a pair for my living room!

photoavailable at Georgia James 501-319-7236 // $1500 each   

There isn’t a Milo Chair I don’t like. I find myself incorporating them into the most traditional of spaces. It’s classical design and sleek body make it a perfect fit for anyone’s home! Here are a few of my favorite interiors with Milo Chairs…

milo chair imagesImages via PINTEREST


About georgiajames

Business girl. Designer. Artist. Wife. You can find me in my studio, driving all over town, or at home with my dogs -- always with my phone in hand. Also addicted to blogs, photography, diet coke, and making things happen.
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