Shop Our Favorite Midcentury Picks

There are a few things Palm Springs is known for: it’s an L.A. getaway, an oasis from the stress of the city; and it’s a haven for architecture and midcentury design buffs. The antique stores and vintage shops are stocked with the best of the best: original Eames pieces, Herman Miller’s most iconic picks and more. Sure, there’s poolside lounging to be done, too, but when you’ve soaked up enough of the sun, there’s shopping to be done. If you can’t make it to Palm Springs, we’ve gathered together some of our favorite picks that draw from architecture, art, kitsch and more. Outfit your home (and add a few things to your closet, too) with these midcentury-inspired options.

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Clockwise from top left: Dansk The Burbs Pitcher ($36), Arteriors Zanadoo Chandelier ($3,170), World Friendly World Asteroid Ball Wall Clock ($90), Fishs Eddy Party Pitcher ($19), West Elm Mid-Century Coat Tree ($249), Trina Turk Grey Diamonds Pillow ($100), Fred Leighton Bulgari Hoop Earrings ($11,000), Jonathan Adler Marseilles Coaster Set ($68), West Elm Clint Mini Task Lamp ($99), Urban Outfitters Gumball Lamp ($69), Kate Spade New York Hampton Street Double Old Fashioned Glasses ($50), Charlotte Olympia Mid-Century Court Pumps ($1,100)

Images courtesy Harrods, Bloomingdale’s, Nordstrom, West Elm, Neiman Marcus and Urban Outfitters

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