Oh, my goodness. These are fabulous! Designed circa 1970s by Milo Baughman for Thayer Coggin. Two of the greatest names in 20th Century furniture design and manufacturing. This sought after seven-piece set is comprised of three 3-drawered units, two 2-doored units, and two corner units. They can be configured in so many many ways. Each unit is lacquered in a beautiful ivory color and is perched upon a brass plated recessed base. These will make gorgeous pieces for your master bedroom, your dining room, family room, living room, or even an entry hall. They will make a perfect place to display art or a base for a flat screen TV. Not to mention the storage they provide.
Milo Baughman, a 20th Century genius of design, was born in Western Kansas in 1923 but was moved a year later by his family to Long Beach, California. He created Milo Baughman Design Inc. in 1947. Thayer Coggin was born in 1922 in Denton, North Carolina. Twelve years later his family moved 25 miles north to High Point. His first love was furniture and Milo’s was design and in 1953, after the two met, history was made in American furniture by one of the greatest collaborations in the industry.
These cabinets are a product of that collaboration. They should be yours.