Located in Montreal, EMFURN is your #1 source for modern living room furniture, lamps and tables. We offer you reproductions of iconic American furniture designs such as the Eames Lounge Chair, Barcelona Chair, Florence Knoll Sofa, and Le Corbusier Furniture collection at affordable prices for your home, office or condo. Choose from popular furniture pieces by famed mid-century designers such as Hans Wegner, Charles & Ray Eames, Le Corbusier, Mies van der Rohe, Philippe Starck, Eileen Gray, and much more. We offer free shipping across North America and unparalleled customer service.
We're a high end retailer of contemporary and affordable modern furniture designed between 1900 and 2012 which have reached an acclaimed and iconic design status. These timeless and unique classics are the inspiration behind our company. Our products are virtually similar to the original design, using the best materials such as Top Grain Italian Leather, full-grain,100% aniline-dyed leather and high quality hand polished stainless steel.
Along with our high-end mid-century modern reproductions, we also offer outdoor patio and garden furniture, contemporary accent chairs, dining chairs, sofas and more. Modernize the inside and the outside of your home with Emfurn. Our great prices, clear and transparent service and quality products are some of our core values.
The Mid Century Modern period is marked by its affection for simple, clean lines, neutral colors, and minimalist characteristics. The designers of the Mid Century Modern period took great pride in designing homes and the contents in a home with an eye away from tradition and a vision of the future. George Nelson, Eero Saarinen, Edward Wormley, Charles & Ray Eames, Harry Bertoia and Jens Risom are some of the designers of that period. Today any one of their furniture items can sell for tens of thousands of dollars. Modernism is another term associated with Mid Century Modern and Minimalism. Joseph Eichler, who was an architect in California during the post-war period is famous for building homes that are referred... Continue Reading →
Many of the most creative new designs in chairs were products of the mid-century modern school. These chairs, however, remain so popular and we’ve seen them so often that we are unaware of how unusual they really were when they first appeared. The first truly iconic chair, still in production today, was Michael Thonet’s #214 designed in 1859. This classic chair with its bentwood back quickly became a favorite. It’s so common that we forget that Thonet’s patented methods for bending both wood and wood veneers were truly revolutionary in the furniture design business. His techniques were the gateway that allowed later designers to create their startlingly innovative designs. Chairs two and three on the list both come... Continue Reading →