BedroomDiningLivingOfficeBy BrandBy DesignerBy Type
Bedroom

Create an inviting space with our MCM bedroom furniture, featuring beds, nightstands, and dressers.

Dining

Reflect your personality and style with our Mid Century Modern dining chairs, tables, buffets, and more.

Living

Add some flair and comfort to your living room furniture, with sofas, armchairs, ottomans, and side tables.

Office

Get inspired with our vintage office furniture, including desks, chairs, bookcases, and storage solutions.

Brand

Discover the iconic brands that defined the MCM era, such as Herman Miller, Knoll, and Broyhill.

Type

Delve into our meticulously categorized Mid-Century Modern furniture collection, making it effortless to find the perfect piece by type.

Shop
My Account Login
Sell Modern Hill can find your piece a home
Restore Have your furniture restored or reupholstered
Design
Trade Program
About

Paul McCobb

The No-Nonsense Mid-Century Designer

96 In stock
Latest
Sort by
Product Filters
Categories
Price Range
Size
Width Clear
Height Clear
Depth Clear
Color
Brands
Designers
Showing 96 Items:
Any brand
Any brand
Any designer
Any designer
Any price
Any price
Any color
Any color
Any size
Any size
Width Clear
Height Clear
Depth Clear
In stock
In stock
Sort by latest
Sort by latest
Purchase with confidence.

Modern Hill selects items that excel in quality, style, and creativity from a period that transformed the art of decorating. They undergo careful examination and restoration by specialists at our Chicago facility.

It’s like they belong together.

Products labeled "Restoration Included" can be customized and matched in color, tone, and texture as though they were an original set. And with Modern Hill’s flat rate shipping, additional pieces ship for free.

Hassle-free delivery.

Our pieces ship anywhere nationwide for one low flat rate. You only pay for shipping on one piece per order—anything else we can fit on the same truck ships for free.

Paul McCobb

No Nonsense Mid Century Furniture Design

Paul McCobb moved from Boston to New York to pursue his dream of becoming a designer. When it came to design he was completely selftaught but his profound understanding of perspective paved the way for his emerging career as one of the most important designers of the time. Perspective and scale in particular became a trademark for McCobb, whose tables, shelves and even lamps were the result of meticulous attention to the room the design would inhabit. Thin lines, simplicity of form and a distinct lightness characterise the works of Paul McCobb. He was a realist and a perfectionist and his design pieces are a clear reflection of his personality. McCobb’s recipe for no-nonsense design, where only the essential is required to obtain both functionality and aesthetics, is a recipe we respect through our relaunch of McCobb's Planner coffee tables. Details such as the narrowing of the welted steel by the “feet” of the base is how one recognises a genuine McCobb design.