New Year! New Inventory!

When the New Year rolls in, it’s a given that new inventory will also exist. Even with Mid-Century Modern furniture, there are new pieces waiting to come out in the New Year. Retro Knox of Downtown Grand Rapids, Michigan has new items arriving almost daily, especially this time of year. Here are some of the latest, coolest vintage pieces:

 Bedroom Suite

This 1970s Ralph Lauren Bed is super groovy with the reflective base and trim with the black/chrome storage headboard.

This 1970s Ralph Lauren Bed is super groovy with the reflective base and trim with the black/chrome storage headboard.

Living Room Seating

Light upholstery is in as the New Year ushers in. An  antique silk sofa  is the perfect touch of airy and sophisticated for a living room in the middle of winter.

Light upholstery is in as the New Year ushers in. An antique silk sofa is the perfect touch of airy and sophisticated for a living room in the middle of winter.

Vintage Kitchen Essentials

With a beautiful Milo Bauman Buffet, everything will taste that much better at a dinner party. Finish the look with a matching Milo Bauman Bar.

With a beautiful Milo Bauman Buffet, everything will taste that much better at a dinner party. Finish the look with a matching Milo Bauman Bar.

Odds and ends

Have fun decorating in the New Year with the latest vintage theatre seating

Have fun decorating in the New Year with the latest vintage theatre seating

Retro Knox offers up unique Mid-Century Modern furniture, collectibles and art based in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Delivering one-of-a-kind, affordable furnishings and more in 2018. Retro Knox offers vintage items and decor with name brands such as Herman Miller, Steelcase, Woodward, Henredon and many more. To schedule an appointment to walk through the 22,000 square feet of antiquing goodness, send us a message or call John Knox at 616.308.6767. Otherwise, visit us at our retail spaces at Archive Antiques on East Fulton in Uptown and Lost and Found – Treasures of Old and New on Century Avenue SW in Grand Rapids.

John Knox