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Welcome to the Australian Modern blog, a resource for people interested in Australian Mid-Century Furniture Design and Architecture.  Please note that all opinions are those of the author and the Australian Modern blog is not affiliated with any businesses and does not receive any funding for book reviews, etc. If you use information from the blog on eBay or in a journal article please reference the blog and include the URL so that others can read the blog.

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cheers,
Dean.

2 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi,

    I just bought a day bed which I was advised is a rare snelling day-bed. It has lime green saran webbing. I have two questions:
    1) Is there somewhere I can post a photo and find out if this is in fact a rare snelling?
    2) If so, I would like to restore it to its former glory, without diminishing its value. Any suggestions about how to do this?

  2. Hey Dean,

    Just stumbled on this after reading your piece in the Mid-Century Modern Australian Furniture Design book. As a fellow lover of MCM (and most especially chairs), I wanna see how you’ve stashed 30 chairs into your apartment! I’m only at about 12 and my husband tells me no more haha.

    Look forward to hearing from you.

    Cheers,

    Lucienne

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