Kim Lynn is a design maven with a penchant for storytelling, vignettes, and peppering a very traditional setting with punches of Mid-Century Modern. She and her husband, Darrell, have relocated to their Nashville, TN, roots after 15 years of life and travel in Tokyo; Stockholm; Bilbao, Spain; Sarasota, FL; and Atlanta. The Lynns continue to go off the beaten track (and to a network of resources cultivated during two decades of shopping estates) to curate a standout mix of antique and vintage furniture, accessories, and art.
Pair of round lounge chairs attributed to Paul
Laszlo. Orbital wood frame design has been refinished in a rich dark brown stain. Expertly reupholstered in Orange Maharam fabric. Seats, 15"H; arms, 20"H.
Pair of 1950s Z-shaped teak lounge chairs with
slatted backs and refinished in a rich walnut color. New back and seat cushions in a gray-hued fabric with double stitching. Arms, 21"H. Seat, 17"H; 19"D. Age wear.
Pair of Mid-Century Modern armchairs with birch frames
and textured upholstery in fire engine red. Finished with brass nailhead trim. Minor age wear to vintage fabric. Seats, 19"H; arms, 26.75"H.