Pair of Mid Century Modern Nightstands side tables
Stunning pair of matched mid-century modern two drawer nightstands / low profile side tables by Vanleigh Furniture Company from New York.
Stunning pair of matched mid-century modern two drawer nightstands / low profile side tables by Vanleigh Furniture Company from New York. They are meticulously crafted in original excellent condition with clean unique lines. Each feature rounded corner edges and gentle curves, two dovetailed drawers marked “Vanleigh New York”, with sculpted holds, opening to reveal ample storage space. The tables rest over stunning sculpted walnut legs retro American Craftsmanship at its best, can easily serve as bedside nightstands or perfectly suited for living room as end tables making them a versatile addition to any interior.
Creator: Vanleigh New York
Of the Period: Mid-Century Modern
Place of Origin: United States
Date of Manufacture: 1960s
Materials and Techniques: Walnut
Material Notes: walnut
Wear: Wear consistent with age and use.
Measurements: 27in tall x 20in wide x 15in deep
Vanleigh Furniture Company from New York, incorporated in 1927.
Known for excellent quality furniture, Vanleigh sold through interior designers, architects and home furnishing dealers, and offered an array of furniture styles and home accessories for the living room, dining room and bedroom.
Twenty years after Vanleigh was founded, on October 8, 1947, their two-story warehouse, located in Long Island City, New York, was destroyed by an early morning fire. Neighbors reported smoke coming through the basement, and shortly after, flames spread through the building and collapsed the roof.
The first Vanleigh Showroom, located on East 44th Street in New York City, opened in 1964, and others followed; Chicago, Illinois, Bethesda and Rockville, Maryland, and Miami, Florida.
Vanleigh’s New York City lease was not renewed in June 1977. Forced to dispose of their entire inventory, for the first time Vanleigh opened up their doors to the general public. They extended the decorators’ wholesale cost and sold everything down to the bear walls.