Milo Baughman American Mid-Century High Back Red Wing Armchair

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Item #: REG9074

American Mid-Century black painted wooden framed armchair with an exaggerated high wing back and short curved armrests, all upholstered with a seat and throw cushion in red velvet with matching piping, resting on four square legs. (MILO BAUGHMAN).

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Milo Baughman American Mid-Century High Back Red Wing Armchair

American Mid-Century black painted wooden framed armchair with an exaggerated high wing back and short curved armrests, all upholstered with a seat and throw cushion in red velvet with matching piping, resting on four square legs. (MILO BAUGHMAN)

DETAILS

Sku:  REG9074
Ships From: New York, NY
Creator: Milo Baughman

DIMENSIONS (INCHES)

Width:  28.0"
Height: 54.5"
Depth : 29.0"

INFO

Style:  Mid-Century
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Category: Seating

About Milo Baughman

Milo Baughman (October 7, 1923 – July 23, 2003) was an American furniture designer and pioneer of modern design. Known for his innovative and sleek designs, Baughman played a significant role in shaping the mid-century modern aesthetic. His furniture pieces are celebrated for their clean lines, functionality, and timeless appeal. Baughman was born in Goodland, Kansas, and grew up in Long Beach, California. He developed a keen interest in design from an early age and enrolled at the Art Center School of Los Angeles (now known as the ArtCenter College of Design) to pursue his passion. After completing his education, Baughman embarked on a successful career in the furniture industry.
In the 1940s, Baughman began working for Frank Brothers, a renowned furniture retailer in Long

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