As promised in yesterday's post, here are a few pictures of some of the interesting things (and people!) we saw at the Denver Modernism Show a couple of weekends ago. This event is organized and presented annually by my friend Dana, who is a genius in more ways than one. If you've never been, you should definitely try and make it next year. It's a ton of fun!
We saw some great examples of Danish Modern, including this table and chairs.
I'm a big fan of vintage Formica tables, like this one, which looks very much like the one we own (ours has cooler legs though!).
I like these chairs! They're probably not actually vintage, but inspired by Mid-Century design.
This fantastic ensemble was created by Monica Veronica Designs.
A 1961 Studebaker Lark VI. There were only 15,891 built of this automobile. Its owner told me that his grandmother bought it in 1961, and eventually it was handed down to him and he's had it ever since. He's put some love and money into keeping it in such beautiful condition over many years.
Last but not least, a gorgeous 1948 Chrysler New Yorker. The owner bought it in 1958 and it was the second car he ever purchased.