Some of these ranges are better than others. For me, the Portobello midcentury modern furniture at Maisons Du Monde is at the top of the pile.
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Of course, there are others to choose from and a number of those have featured elsewhere on this site. Please do have a look at the Yucca range, which is also at Maisons Du Monde as well as the Quilda range and the Ronda selection, both of which are at La Redoute.
What I’m saying is that there are a lot of midcentury modern ranges out there right now and a lot go good ones as well. But the Portobello midcentury modern furniture offers a little more than most. It has a depth of range and it also has an authenticity too.
This is a range that could pass as original 1950s vintage if you didn’t want to admit to it being essentially a high street selection.
As for the depth, well you can see from the images here just how much of your house can be kitted out with the Portobello range. The living room of course, but also the dining room, the home office and the bedroom. There’s even a couple of small finishing touches to add in some decorative detail as well.
They work individually if you just want something functional for a single room. But it really does come into its own when you work with these together. A bed with matching furniture, such as the bedside table, drawers and wardrobe really will look the part if you love the midcentury modern look.
As for the range itself, all of it is pictured here, but I’ll offer up some details and prices to go along with those shots, working down the page.
First up, the versatile solid oak vintage TV shelf unit, which could work as a bookcase or general display unit, is priced at £811. After that, the solid oak bookcase retails for £843.50, the long sideboard is yours for £865, the Scandi-style sideboard sells for £648.50, the vintage desk is £713.50 and the two TV units go for £324 and £432 respectively. A new two-door shoe organiser has also just landed, retailing for £486.
There are two different sizes of extending dining tables, which are available from £540.50 plus a solid oak coffee table, which goes for £324.
When it comes to the bedroom range, there are three sizes of that vintage-style bed, selling from £508, the large wardrobe, which goes for £1,082 and a matching chest of drawers for £757. A bedside table, as well, available for £162.50. Probably my favourite piece is one of the newest, the newly-launched, vintage-style dressing table, retailing for £356.50.
Some accessories as well, with the snack tray with retro bowls at £22 and a yellow ceramic vase retailing for £33.
I think that just about covers it. All of the range is available online right now at Maisons Du Monde.