Mention the name Milo Baughman, Jr., and designers and decorators with leanings toward mid-century modern will nod in recognition. Beginning in the 1940s, Milo Baughman designed for a great number of companies such as Henredon, the Design Institute America, Thayer Coggin, George Kovacs, Drexel, and many other leaders in the furniture industry. In fact, until his passing in 2003, Baughman was one of the leading designers of modern American furniture. His creations were known for their progressive, clean designs and affordability.
Always one to extol the benefits of good design on our lives, Baughman’s creations are hot on today’s mid-century market… you only have to look on the internet for his influence, or — better yet — check out a fabulous Baughman desk available at Memorial Antiques & Interiors.