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Johnson Furniture Co.

Take a medal from the King of Sweden, a splash of the roaring twenties, and a series of talented designers and you get Johnson Furniture Co.’s elegant Art Deco and period-revival furnishings as well as a taste for why the Johnson name prevailed for over a century in American furniture manufacturing.

A wealth of forests rendered Grand Rapids, Michigan, a logging center during the 1800s. It eventually gained recognition for its furniture industry. The city became a destination for woodworkers who hailed from all over the United States as well as Europe, and Johnson Furniture Co. cofounder Carl Johnson, who had been recognized for cabinetmaking by the head of the royal family in his native Sweden, brought his royally acknowledged talents to America with his two brothers, Hjalmar and Axel in 1887. Together, they established Cabinetmakers Co. in Grand Rapids. In 1908, the brothers sold their start-up and founded Johnson Furniture Co.

Tom Handley, of the well-respected English furniture company Waring and Gillow, became an in-house designer with Johnson Furniture Co. in its early days. Handley would stay on as part of both the Johnson label and of Johnson-Handley-Johnson — a companion company that spun off from Johnson in 1922 — until his death in 1926. At the time, archaeological discoveries were all the rage. The greatest influence on Art Deco jewelry, for example, was the excavation of the tomb of King Tut in 1922, and some vintage Tom Handley designs were adaptations of Egyptian furniture. The brand specialized in a range of styles that included Art Deco, Chippendale, Queen Anne and more.

Acclaimed designer David Robertson Smith, who had made furniture in the Arts and Crafts style for the likes of Gustav Stickley, carried the Johnson Furniture Co. creative team into the early 1930s. Grand Rapids had by then become a thriving hub with respect to the mass production of furniture, and Smith’s sophisticated Dynamique line — a collection of coffee tables, cabinets and more in alluring woods such as walnut and mahogany and based on French furniture — was among the first mass-produced modern furniture made in America.

Johnson hired Lorenzo Rutili, a Carnegie Institute graduate who studied design in Europe, to lead the brand’s design division. Rutili oversaw 30 years of successful Johnson Furniture Co. collaborations with other notable designers including Paul Frankl, Eliel Saarinen, Bert England, J. Robert F. Swanson and Pipsam Saarinen Swanson. After wrapping up his tenure at Johnson, Rutili moved on to design furniture at Tomlinson in North Carolina.

During the 1960s, Kipp Stewart and Milo Baughman designed residential furnishings for Directional — a favorite of mid-century modern furniture enthusiasts — and Johnson produced these pieces, becoming the sole manufacturer for the North Carolina brand.

After a merger with Timberline Inc., Johnson Furniture Co. secured contracts for hotels, motels and university dormitories. In 1983, Johnson and Rose Manufacturing became RoseJohnson Inc. It was later purchased by La-Z-Boy.

On 1stDibs, find a collection of vintage Johnson Furniture Co. case pieces and storage cabinets, tables and other furniture.

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Creator: Johnson Furniture Co.
Rare Restored Set of Eight Dining Chairs by Renzo Rutili, circa 1960
By Johnson Furniture Co., Renzo Rutili
Located in Atlanta, GA
These magnificent dining chairs are shipped as professionally photographed and described in the listing narrative: meticulously professionally restored and completely installation re...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Mahogany

Paul Frankl Side Tables
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in New York, NY
Pair of low side tables by Paul Frankl. Petite side tables, designed for Johnson furniture company. Cork wrapped square tops, mahogany tapered legs and brass feet.
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1940s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Metal

Renzo Rutili Green Leather and Mahogany Breakfront Library Cabinet with Desk
By Renzo Rutili, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Chicago, IL
Stunning design for Johnson furniture. Green embossed leather fronts, with brass drop ring pulls, that appear to be all drawers. Starting from the bottom, the lowest pair of drawer f...
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1950s American Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Brass

Mid Century Cork Top Side or End Table by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Co.
By Johnson Furniture Co., Paul Frankl
Located in Miami, FL
Cork top side or end table designed by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Company, rendered in lacquered cork for the top with mahogany legs and brass sabot feet. Marks to finish on ...
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Early 20th Century American Art Deco Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Brass

Renzo Rutili Credenza with Seating Bench for Johnson Furniture
By Johnson Furniture Co., Renzo Rutili
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Gorgeous credenza designed by Renzo Rutili for Johnson Furniture in the United States circa 1950’s. Comprised of a walnut case, this newly refinished piece features white lacquered d...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Brass

1940s Brown Cork and Mahogany Dining Table by Paul Frankl
By Johnson Furniture Co., Paul Frankl
Located in Frankfurt, Hessen, DE
Elegant dining table with cork top by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Company, America, circa 1940, professionally reworked by our workshop. The base is made of mahogany, a very da...
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1940s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Mahogany, Cork

Magnificent Pair of End Tables by Renzo Rutili in Birdseye Maple, circa 1955
By Johnson Furniture Co., Renzo Rutili
Located in Atlanta, GA
If a piece feels like Tommi Parzinger, but is marked Johnson Furniture, there can be only one answer as to its Designer: Renzo Rutili. Mr. Rutili was a seminal furniture designer of ...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Brass

John Stuart Midcentury Highboy Walnut Dresser
By Johnson Furniture Co., John Stuart
Located in Baltimore, MD
Absolutely stunning Mid-Century Modern Highboy dresser designed by John Stuart for Johnson Furniture Co. in the United States, circa 1960s. Pure style and sophistication, featuring t...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Walnut

Four Renzo Rutili Walnut and Upholstered Dining Chairs
By Renzo Rutili, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Chicago, IL
Clean lines and figured walnut wood are the focal points of this set of 4 dining chairs by Renzo Rutili for Johnson Furniture. The three sides chairs and single armchair have three c...
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1950s American Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Upholstery, Walnut

Art Deco Dynamique Creations Johnson Furniture Co. Set of Four Side Chairs
By David Robertson Smith, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Dallas, TX
Art Deco Dynamique Creations set of four side chairs Johnson Furniture Co. David Robertson Smith Important Art Deco Dynamique Creations set of four side chairs for Johnson Handley ...
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1930s American Art Deco Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Wood, Leather

Paul Frankl "Station Wagon" Three-Drawer Chest for Johnson Furniture
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Hingham, MA
Gorgeous three-drawer nightstand chest by Paul Frankl from his highly coveted "Station Wagon Group" created in 1945 for Johnson Furniture Company of Grand Rapids. Branded mark in top...
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1940s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Brass

Breathtaking Pair of Chests by Renzo Rutili in Cerused Oak and Bird's-Eye Maple
By Renzo Rutili, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Atlanta, GA
This magnificent pair of commodes is shipped as professionally photographed and described in the listing narrative: Meticulously professionally restored and completely installation r...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Brass

Bert England Walnut Coffee Table Johnson Furniture Co., circa 1960
By Johnson Furniture Co., Bert England
Located in Camden, ME
Unusual coffee table designed by Bert England as part of his Forward Trend Collection for the Johnson Furniture Company, circa 1960. Brass inlays and an interesting trim of carved w...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Walnut

Renzo Rutili Ivory and Brass Nightstand Johnson Furniture Co., circa 1950
By Renzo Rutili, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Camden, ME
Sophisticated brass glass and translucent Ivory lacquer over strongly grained walnut give this nightstand/ end table visual interest. Designed by Renzo Rutili, the head of design at ...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Brass

Set of Six Paul Frankl for Johnson "Corset" Dining Chairs
By Johnson Furniture Co., Paul Frankl
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Beautiful set of six Paul Frankl dining chairs for Johnson Furniture. The chairs frames are made of cerused oak and are very sturdy and comfortable. Measures: 32 inches H x 23 in...
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1940s American Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Upholstery, Oak

1950s Round Brown Cork and Mahogany Coffee Table by Paul Frankl
By Johnson Furniture Co., Paul McCobb, Paul Frankl
Located in Frankfurt, Hessen, DE
Round coffee table from the middle of the century, designed by Paul Frankl. The tabletop in cork lay on three wooden mahogany legs. This example is numbered on the underside 5018#248...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Mahogany, Cork

Mid Century Teak Bench with Cabinets
By Johnson Furniture Co., Renzo Rutili
Located in Las Vegas, NV
This is a wonderful 3 piece mid century set. An 8.5 ft bench with 2 repositionable cabinets. The set is solid teak construction with very beautiful details, some would say of Asian i...
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20th Century Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Brass

Renzo Rutili Bleached Mahogany and White Micarta Long Cabinet
By Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Chicago, IL
Attributed to Renzo Rutili for Johnson Furniture, long cabinet finished in bleached mahogany with white Micarta top and white resin sabots. Circular recessed brass pulls with center ...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Brass

Paul Frankl, Low Coffee Table, Painted Cork, Stained Mahogany, 1940s America
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
An all original coffee or cocktail table designed by Paul Frankl and produced by Johnson Furniture Company in the 1940s. An off-white/yellow painted cork-top is mounted on a base in ...
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1940s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Mahogany, Cork

Paul Frankl for Johnson Dining or Desk Chair
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in St. Louis, MO
Paul Frankl single side dining or desk chair for Johnson Furniture Co. In original finish and upholstery, from one owner estate.
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Breathtaking Art Deco Revival Extension Dining Table by Renzo Rutili, circa 1955
By Renzo Rutili, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Atlanta, GA
This magnificent dining table is shipped as professionally photographed and described in the listing narrative: Meticulously professionally restored and installation ready. An excep...
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1950s American Art Deco Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Brass, Bronze

Pair of MCM Walnut Arm Chairs by Johnson Furniture Company in the Style of Risom
By Jens Risom, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in San Diego, CA
Pair of MCM walnut framed arm chairs in the style of Jens Risom for Johnson Furniture Co., circa 1960s. The chairs are in good vintage condition with original upholstery and measure ...
Category

Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Walnut

Paul Frankl, Organic Coffee Table, Cork Top, Mahogany Base, 1950s
By Johnson Furniture Co., Paul Frankl
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A very rare cork top coffee table or cocktail table by Paul Frankl for American manufacturer Johnson Furniture Company, circa 1955. The playful cork top features a tear-drop shaped ...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Mahogany, Cork

Renzo Rutili Mahogany and White Micarta Chest-on-Chest
By Renzo Rutili, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Chicago, IL
Renzo Rutili for Johnson Furniture tall two-tiered gentleman's chest. Mahogany cases and drawer/door fronts with a white Micarta first tier top and four white Micarta sabots over lar...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Brass

Art Deco Dynamique Creations Johnson Furniture Co. Skyscraper Bookcase Wall Unit
By Dynamique Creations, David Robertson Smith, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Dallas, TX
Art Deco Dynamique Creations Johnson Furniture Co. Skyscraper Bookcase Wall Unit Pprice Reduced from $14.500 Important and large early Art Deco Machine Age Dynamique Creations piece...
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1930s American Art Deco Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Metal

Renzo Rutili Walnut Double-Sided Cabinet for Johnson Furniture
By Renzo Rutili, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Chicago, IL
Modern cabinet or sideboard in figural walnut by Renzo Rutili for Johnson furniture. The top section features double sliding glass doors and a split opening with closed cabinet and o...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Brass

Cork Top Dining Table by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Co.
By Johnson Furniture Co., Paul Frankl
Located in New York, NY
A wonderful dining table comprising a rectangular cork top with curved ends supported by opposingly curved mahogany frame bases with overlapping zigzag slats. Measure: Has two leaves...
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1950s American Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Mahogany, Cork

Paul Frankl Petite Mahogany Chest of Drawers for Johnson Furniture Co.
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Miami, FL
Petite mahogany chest of drawers or dresser with inset handles, fully incased with a stepped edge detail.
Category

Mid-20th Century American Art Deco Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Mahogany

Vintage Renzo Rutili Green Leather and Mahogany Dresser for Johnson Furniture
By Renzo Rutili, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Brooklyn, NY
This beautiful Mid-Century Modern armoire features four embossed leather front drawers on the top with unique brass ring pulls. This stunning case piece has ample room for storage wi...
Category

1960s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Brass

Art Deco Dynamique Creations Johnson Furniture Co. Skyscraper Game / Card Table
By Dynamique Creations, David Robertson Smith, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Dallas, TX
Art Deco Dynamique Creations Johnson Furniture Co. Skyscraper Game / Card / Chess Table David Robertson Smith Important and rare early American Art Deco Machine Age Dynamique Creati...
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1930s American Art Deco Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Metal, Aluminum

Fine Cork Top Sideboard by Paul Frankl for Johnson
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Danville, CA
Meticulously restored cork top buffet with brass "X" pulls by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture. The piece has been restored from the ground up and the hardware has been freshly poli...
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1940s American Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Brass

Renzo Rutili Storage Cabinet with Bench for Johnson Furniture
By Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Van Nuys, CA
Renzo Rutili for Johnson Furniture Company chest with bench, circa late 1950s. This Asian influenced example has bleached wood doors and ebonized cabinets and a two-seat wicker bench...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Bronze

Pair of Espresso Mahogany Nightstands by Paul Frankl
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in New York, NY
Pair of mahogany nightstands in espresso satin finish with metal X shaped handles by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture. Signed. USA, circa 1940. Each nightstand features a pull-dow...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Metal

Classy Paul Frankl Writing Desk for Johnson Furniture
By Johnson Furniture Co., Paul Frankl
Located in Chicago, IL
Elegant proportions, conical tapering legs and brass X-handles. Reminiscent of Tommi Parzinger. This item should be purchased with the intent to refinish. Structurally sound. Priced ...
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Wood

Corner Table by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Hudson, NY
Cork tops and mahogany frame by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture. Design number on the bottom, 5029 # 253.
Category

1950s American Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Cork

Rare Paul Frankl Station Wagon Nightstands End Tables
By Johnson Furniture Co., Paul Frankl
Located in Chicago, IL
Rare Paul Frankl station wagon nightstands end tables.
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Wood

Paul Frankl Dining Table with Two Leaves, Cork Top, Mahogany Frame, Original
By Johnson Furniture Co., Paul Frankl
Located in Kansas City, MO
Cork top dining table designed by the most important American Art Deco furniture designer, Paul Frankl, for Johnsone Furniture Company. This table is in completely original condition...
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1940s American Art Deco Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Mahogany, Cork

Paul Frankl Cork Coffee Table, 1951
By Johnson Furniture Co., Paul Frankl
Located in Houston, TX
Paul Frankl. Coffee table. Johnson Furniture Company, USA, circa 1951. Lacquered cork, lacquered mahogany. Dimensions: 60 D x 14.25 H inches. Rare lacquered cork coffee t...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Cork, Mahogany

Dining Room Ensemble by Paul Frankl, USA, 1940s
By Johnson Furniture Co., Paul Frankl
Located in Greding, DE
Round dining table with four chairs, designed by Paul T. Frankl (Austria, 1886-1958) for Johnson Furniture in the 1940s. Chairs and table base show the same decorative criss-cross st...
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1940s American Art Deco Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Wood

Renzo Rutili Walnut & Leather End Table For Johnson Furniture
By Renzo Rutili, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Chicago, IL
Renzo Rutili for Johnson Furniture empire style end table in walnut and black leather. Brass rosettes to each corner and brass casters to each leg. Inlaid black leather parquetry top...
Category

20th Century American Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Brass

Paul Frankl Low Cork Table
By Johnson Furniture Co., Paul Frankl
Located in New York, NY
Asian-inspired form with cork-wrapped top above dark-stained mahogany base. This piece is designed by Paul Frankl for Johnson furniture company from the post war period.
Category

1940s American Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Mahogany, Cork

Long Mid Century Modern Walnut Coffee Table with Two Drawers
By Johnson Furniture Co., John Stuart
Located in Rockaway, NJ
Very nice Mid-Century modern long coffee table with two drawers.
Category

20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Walnut

Majestic Restored Credenza by Reno Rutili for Johnson Furniture, circa 1960
By Johnson Furniture Co., Renzo Rutili
Located in Atlanta, GA
If a piece feels like Tommi Parzinger, but is marked Johnson Furniture, there can be only one answer as to its Designer: Renzo Rutili. Mr. Rutili was a seminal furniture designer of ...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Brass

Elegant Mahogany Cabinet by Renzo Rutili in Black Lacquer
By Johnson Furniture Co., Renzo Rutili
Located in Atlanta, GA
Renzo Rutili was a seminal furniture designer of the 20th century who is sometimes overlooked in retrospect. Much of his work is as sophisticated, cutting edge and downright fabulous...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Brass

Pair Johnson Mid Century Modern Walnut Night Stands End Table
By Johnson Furniture Co., John Stuart
Located in Rockaway, NJ
Pair of very nice mid century modern walnut nightstands by Johnson Furniture Company for John Stuart. One drawer cube shape walnut cabinets.
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20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Brass

Greek Key Coffee Table by Paul Frankl
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Atlanta, GA
Greek key coffee table, designed by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture, American, circa 1950s. This piece is currently being refinished and can be completed in your choice of color. T...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Wood, Mahogany

Bert England Long Table or Bench by Johnson Furniture Co.
By Bert England, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Highland, IN
A beautiful design which reflects the refined aesthetic of Bert England and the quality construction of Johnson Furniture. This long, low piece can serve equally well as a coffee tab...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Cork-Topped End Table by Paul Frankl
By Johnson Furniture Co., Paul Frankl
Located in Sagaponack, NY
Tapered dowel legs support a bleached mahogany two (2) drawer end table with a cork top, having hammered brass round pulls.   
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Brass

Cork End Table by Paul Frankl
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Sagaponack, NY
A two-tiered end table in mahogany having a triangular cork top and an overhanging lower shelf edged with a lip.
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Cork, Mahogany

Magnificent Restored Eight Drawer Chest by Renzo Rutili, circa 1965
By Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Atlanta, GA
If a piece feels like Tommi Parzinger, but is marked Johnson Furniture, there can be only one answer as to its Designer: Renzo Rutili. Mr. Rutili was a seminal furniture designer of ...
Category

1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Brass, Bronze

Paul Frankl Corner Tables, Lacquered Cork and Mahogany, 1951
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Houston, TX
Paul Frankl. Corner tables (pair). Johnson Furniture Company, USA, circa 1951. Lacquered cork, lacquered mahogany. 32 w x 32 d x 28.25 h inches Each branded "#5029.&...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Cork, Mahogany

Johnson for John Stuart Mid Century Modern Walnut High Chest Dresser Brass Pulls
By John Stuart, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Rockaway, NJ
Very nice mid-century modern walnut dresser high chest by Johnson for John Stuart.
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20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Brass

Spectacular Restored Buffet or Credenza in Cream by Renzo Rutili, circa 1960
By Renzo Rutili, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Atlanta, GA
Renzo Rutili was a seminal furniture designer of the 20th century who is sometimes overlooked in retrospect. Much of his work is more sophisticated, cutting edge and downright fabulo...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Brass

Exquisite Mahogany and Bookmatch Bird's-Eye Maple Chest by Renzo Rutili
By Johnson Furniture Co., Renzo Rutili
Located in Atlanta, GA
If a piece feels like Tommi Parzinger, but is marked Johnson Furniture, there can be only one answer as to its Designer: Renzo Rutili. Mr. Rutili was a seminal furniture designer of ...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Brass

Open Armchair by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in New York, NY
Dark stained mahogany frame with modernist lines and open arms. Cut-out, plunging neckline to upholstered seat back. Up to four of these armchairs are available.
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1940s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Exquisite Renzo Rutili Custom Cabinet Ensemble
By Renzo Rutili, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Dallas, TX
Pair of Espresso lacquered cabinets with stylized walnut doors, custom hardware and a generously proportioned exotic marble display platform. The interior of the cabinets retain thei...
Category

1960s American Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Marble, Brass

Restored Pair of Chests by Eliel Saarinen for Johnson Furniture, circa 1948
By Eliel Saarinen, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Atlanta, GA
This magnificent pair of commodes have undergone a meticulous complete restoration. The chests may be re-lacquered in another Ben Moore color in advance of shipment, if another color...
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1940s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Birch

Paul Frankl Eight-Drawer Desk
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Miami, FL
Rare Paul Frankl designed eight-drawer desk for the Johnson Furniture Co. of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Re-furbished and newly lacquered cork top, in a satin lacquer white finish. Bod...
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1940s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Johnson Furniture Co.

Materials

Brass

Johnson Furniture Co. furniture for sale on 1stDibs

Furniture from Johnson Furniture Co. are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive objects are often made of wood and designed with extraordinary care. In our collection of Johnson Furniture Co. furniture, there are many options, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. We stock 71 vintage versions of these items, while there is 0 modern edition to choose from as well. Many of the original furniture by Johnson Furniture Co. were created in the Mid-Century Modern style in United States during the 20th Century. If you are looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Johnson Furniture Company, Frank Lloyd Wright and Paul Laszlo. Price ranges for Johnson Furniture Co. furniture may vary depending on size, time period and other attributes. 1stDibs's price starts at US$950 and tops out at US$49,500, while pieces like these can sell for US$6,000 on average.

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