Woodson & Rummerfield

Posted on Mon, 5 Feb 2007 by midcenturyjo

In June 2005, Ron Woodson and Jaime Rummerfield opened Woodson & Rummerfield’s House of Design. They like to call their look mod vintage or “MODAGE”. A mix of exquisite furniture, art, treasured finds and a quirky finesse they epitomise Hollywood Regency and the cult of cool. Check out their site for more stunning images…..PS *terramia* has a great post on W & R as well.

Just love those pretty white bubbly chairs. Can you give us styling tips for that – ie where could we find something like those chairs?

Maryam I know where to find the actual chair but the price…..take a deep breath before continuing. Frances Elkin Chair (USA)1930s Original Design.
Downtown Reproduction of Frances Elkin’s Chair available With Arms or Without
Custom Lacquer Finish, $2200 Arm Chair, $1950 Side Chair. Find them http://www.1stdibs.com/item.php?id=64592“>here. Has anyone seen anything similiar but more within reach?

kim. says:

Can’t help ya but how fabulous are those teak chairs in the second last photo?!?! And I adore the large art piece in the last photo!!

Where do I begin? Love that white furniture and those metallic lights. The large artwork is quite appealing and that red molding – I’ve seen that somewhere and noted it then. Thanks for the post, ladies. You’re doing a fine job!


I was just about to ask you on that bubbly chairs. Yikes, that price is a killer! I would love to have that Black & white interior though. Stylish!

I really like those bubble chairs, and I find the red chairs with the red ornamentation to be really striking. Great find! Thanks

Found http://www.roomservicehome.com/prodinfo.asp?number=FN156404“>these….but just not the same. Sigh….

What do you think of this http://www.olystudio.com/products/seating/coral_side_chair.html“>coral chair. Could be fabulous if it was a little finer and less chunky.


I’d love the coral chair in oval instead of being that boxy.

kim. says:

That’s a beautiful chair Jo – and I agree with you and imedagoze – could be less boxy and chunky. But anything coral is fabulous!

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