If you follow design aficionados on Instagram, you've undoubtedly stumbled upon Stahl House, a modernist-styled house designed by architect Pierre Koenig in the Hollywood Hills made famous by photographer Julius Shulman, who captured two women leisurely sitting in a corner of the house overlooking the panoramic view of the city through floor-to-ceiling glass walls. It's no wonder why Stahl House has captured the interest of midcentury lovers everywhere—few homes represent the living ideals of the 1950s better than this ultra-minimal home sitting high atop L.A.'s Sunset Boulevard.
Today, the house has been featured on multiple TV shows and films and is sometimes rented out for events. Recently, Stahl House Inc has partnered with furniture store Design Within Reach on a complete remodel of the iconic midcentury property. The collection will live in the home indefinitely. Want to re-create the ultimate midcentury home in your own space? Look no further than this timeless collection of modern classics.
The perfect minimalist catchall by Swedish company Skultuna comes in all colors and sizes. Add one in the entryway, one in the living room, and one on the bedside table. They are endlessly practical.
Made famous by the iconic photos of the Stahl House's terrasse where these wired chairs are strategically placed to look out onto the L.A. skyline, these are the perfect sculptural outdoor chairs.
This beautiful and colorful jug by Ichendorf is the perfect addition to your summer table. Just add lemonade, sangria, or as the name suggests, a caipirinha punch.
This classic, modern sofa will stand the test of time. Designed by architect Neil Logan for an art collector, it became so popular among friends that Herman Miller decided to put it into production.
This minimalist tripod table by designer Gabriel Tan has an encased marble top (available in three marble colors). The soft edges are durable and kid-friendly.
Undoubtedly the most iconic midcentury chair to have ever been designed, it's a must for any modern furniture fanatic. Besides, it's the most comfortable chair for lounging around and reading a book.
The Raleigh bedroom collection was created after the popularity of the Raleigh sofa by Jeffrey Bernett, Nicholas Dodziuk, and Christopher Skodi. The dresser is available in two wood finishes and provides ample storage with a minimalist design.
Available in black or brass, this sculptural floor lamp by Michael Anastassiades serves both form and function. The cone shade sits on a rotating rod so it can be positioned downward, upward, or even sideways.
This bright mohair throw by Ivan Pratt combines a popular fluffy midcentury texture with the bold jewel tones that were trending in the 1950s. Add it to a chair or at the foot of a bed for a beautiful pop of color.
Available in two wood finishes, Nathan Yong's Cove Bed is a study in minimalism and craftsmanship. The turned and tapered legs make up the simplest details ideal for an airy modern bedroom.
Available in ebonized oak or walnut, this stunning bedside table by Brooklyn-based studio Egg Collective was originally created as part of a collection inspired by a custom piece for the owners' friend, Morrison Mullen. The lightly scalloped edges and Cararra marble top give the piece timeless elegance.
Minimal lovers will adore this simple 1950s coffee table by Spanish architect Francisco Juan Barba Corsini. The piece was originally designed when the attic of Gaudí's Casa Milà was transformed into 13 modern apartments for which the architect designed a furniture line called La Pedrera.
Designed in 2014, the Crosshatch chair by Vienna-based studio Eoos is a great accent seat for your living room or it can help create a minimalist reading nook.
Singaporean designer Gabriel Tan designed this line of storage bookcases exclusively for Design Within Reach. The minimal lines provide maximum airiness, while the black frame gives the piece a beautiful architectural feel.