Mid-Century Modern design style grew out of early-20th-century Modernism, including the International and Bauhaus movements.
It really took hold after the second World War thanks to new technologies, materials and a new-found prosperity. The timescale is roughly from the 1940s to the mid-1970s.
Mid-Century Modern is characterised by its clean lines, organic forms and emphasis on functionality.
They have a timeless quality and style that continues to appeal today.
I have carefully restored these salvaged fixed ceiling lights to their former glory and fitted them with new components.
Several of these beautiful glass light shades were produced by Napako in Czechoslovakia during the 1950s-1960s.
In original reclaimed condition but showing hardly any signs of wear and tear.
These lights come with everything you need for your electrician to fit them including bulbs.
All prices include careful packing and delivery to England, Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland. For international deliveries please contact me for delivery rates.
1940s-1970s | Mid-Century Modern |
1940s-1970s | Mid-Century Modern | Fixed ceiling lights | Napako