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What Mid-Century Modern Furniture Can Make Your Home Look Old?

If you’re thinking about selling your Portland area home you may love your mid-century modern furniture but, did you know that your mid-century modern furniture could actually make your home look old instead of sleek and modern?

In this article, we will provide you with a list of mid-century modern furniture that you should remove from your home if you want your home to avoid the stigma of looking old and dated.

Noguchi Coffee Table

Although you may love your Noguchi Coffee Table these coffee tables make people feel like they are stuck in the 1970’s since the curvy coffee table looks like it should be sitting in an art gallery instead of in the living room of a Portland-area home.

Panton Chair

Panton curvy chairs look like they were inspired by a Salvador Dali painting and although they may have been the chair everyone wanted back in the 60’s, they are not appealing to buyers in 2016 and will give buyers sci-fi movie flashbacks when they see them.

Mies van der Rohe Daybed

Daybeds are great but the Mies van der Rohe Daybed is one of the least practical daybeds anyone can own because they are very uncomfortable for sitting or laying on and worst of all they do take up a lot of space. When it comes to selling your home you want the rooms in your house to look as spacious as possible.

Nelson Bubble Lamp

Last of all is the Nelson Bubble Lamp, this lamp really dates a home and with the wide variety of light fixtures available today you owe it to yourself to find a great light fixture for your home because the light fixtures that you choose will brighten up your home and help it to look modern.