Saving my pennies to buy one of these bubble lamps by George Nelson

Helen Maria Nugent: Classic Contenders - Part Two

[George Nelson . coconut chair + ottoman, 1955] George Nelson, iconic designer of mid-century design (furniture, clocks, etc.) is one of my all-time faves. J'adore the whimsical shapes of his coconut chairs.

coconut chair + ottoman, George Nelson, iconic designer of mid-century design (furniture, clocks, etc. J'adore the whimsical shapes of his coconut chairs.

George Nelson’s :: Coconut chairs and ottomans,  1955

Coconut Chairs and ottoman, 1956 George Nelson: Architect, Writer, Designer, Teacher. Displayed at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. Feb 3 - May 2011 Photo: Vitra Design Museum Archive

Ball Clock in Multicolor | George Nelson

Nelson™ Ball Clock

Shop the authentic Nelson Ball Clock, a George Nelson Clock, one of more than 150 clocks designed by George Nelson Associates for the Howard Miller Clock Company from now produced by Vitra Design Museum. Shop the George Nelson Ball Clock.

Give your office little swagger w/ this Herman Miller / George Nelson Swag #desk spotted on @Chairishco. More of our favorite finds: https://www.chairish.com/shop/designmilk/favorite/list?utm_source=design-milk.com-homegirls&utm_medium=bloggers&utm_campaign=jaimehg #foundandchairished

This is an authentic Herman Miller Swag Leg Desk designed and labeled by George Nelson. The colorful storage cubbies.

The LD Desk by Jon Goulder is obviously inspired by the iconic George Nelson Swag Desk, but with a bit of a more masculine, substantial form. What do you think? Is this modern interpretation a worthy offspring of Nelson's perfect work desk? We like how the cables and cords from your setup can snake from the sides...ideal for laptop users!

The LD Desk

The LD Desk by Jon Goulder is obviously inspired by the iconic George Nelson Swag Desk, but with a bit of a more masculine, substantial form

George Nelson Platform Bench With Wood Legs for Herman Miller. Introduced in 1946 the Nelson platform bench was part of George Nelson's first collection for Herman Miller and still stands as a benchmark of modern design.

George Nelson Platform Bench With Wood Legs for Herman Miller. Introduced in 1946 the Nelson platform bench was part of George Nelson& first collection for Herman Miller and still stands as a benchmark of modern design.

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