Not a single day goes by that one of our customers doesn’t inquire about vintage lucite furniture they are searching for. The popularity of this style is remarkable.
Lucite, associated with decor of the 1960s and 1970s, was introduced by DuPont in 1936, the same year Rohm & Haas debuted Plexiglas. That’s right, the difference is a trademark!
World War 2 put a stop to the design of the “floating effect” furniture because the material was needed for the war efforts. It exploded in the 1960s and 1970s and became synonymous with those decades for that reason.
Although considered a vintage design and style, many modern furniture companies feature lucite in their collections today.
That doesn’t matter because of course the vintage art of lucite Furniture the Circa Who Furniture store collects is the best, most breathtaking art there is!
Many of our clients love lucite because you can “see through the room” at the view beyond. It works so well in small spaces for that reason.
Hollywood regency, mid century modern, or just the Florida style defines this look.
Below are some of our favorite lucite finds!