High-end to low-end, furniture makers the world over are bending over backward to make chairs, sofas, tables and lamps that harken back to the post-WWII, mid-century American home. The style popularized by the Eameses, Nelson, Breuer, Wegner, Risom, Noguchi and more has climbed to such heights it managed to draw the gaze of Amazon, which launched Rivet, its own in-house mid-century modern-inspired line, in 2017.
Rivet isn’t meant to be the pinnacle of 20th-century design — it’s meant to be affordable, available and neutral. During Prime Day, most of the collection — including a Knoll-adjacent dining chair, a quiet wood desk and a whole lot of rugs.
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