MCM Vinyl Faux Leather Turquoise & Chrome Bench Daybed Style of Arthur Umanoff for Madison Furniture Co.

MCM Vinyl Faux Leather Turquoise & Chrome Bench Daybed Style of Arthur Umanoff for Madison Furniture Co.

Awesome mid-century modern bench or daybed in the style of Arthur Umanoff for Madison Furniture Co. Comprised of the original turquoise vinyl faux leather with box stitching and chrome steel legs. In beautiful vintage condition. There is some sun fading on ends of the skirt and a nick in the vinyl on one corner and a few other nicks have been touched up. Please see photos. Circa Mid-Late 20th Century.


  • Height – 16.5 Inches
  • Width – 69.5 Inches
  • Depth – 24.5 Inches
  • Weight – 75 Pounds


Boxed/Crated Size:

  • Height – 22 Inches
  • Width – 75 Inches
  • Depth – 30 Inches
  • Weight Boxed –105 Pounds
  • Weight Crated – 205 Pounds

How fabulous is this TURQUOISE bench?? We think it’s ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS!!!!! First off, this awesome mid-century modern piece is by Madison Furniture Company in the style of Arthur Umanoff…and it’s REMARKABLY similar to the design of the Series 600 he created for Madison Furniture, but the experts feel as though this may be something they produced some time after that. Either way, it’s manufactured with high-quality and a prestigious reputation. Secondly, it wears its ORIGINAL stunning turquoise vinyl with box stitch design plus the Madison Furniture tags are attached on the base and it has chrome steel legs. Thirdly, it has multi functions! It could easily be used as a bench OR a daybed! I can totally visualize you lounging upon it in your mid-century modern ranch or industrial loft! And because it accents and enhances so many design styles it will fit right in almost any design situation…not just mid-century modern but modern, industrial, and rustic to modern country too.

Madison Furniture was located in Canton, Mississippi and owned by Louis Shornick who started the company in 1953.  Arthur Umanoff designed for Madison Furniture from 1962 until sometime after 1973. In 1966 the company merged with Shelby Williams Industries and Mr. Shornick retired several years later.

We are in awe of this beauty and we know you must be too…you need to make it yours!!

Keep in mind warehouse414 items are vintage and not new; they will have signs of use and wear. Please see photos and zoom in for details. We attempt to portray any imperfections.


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